Issue 10: Winter 1996
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“[T]he stories which connect us . . . have a much deeper worldly and spiritual significance. Stories, those explorations of the lonely self, are more important now than ever.” — Richard Bausch in “Stories from a Life”
Memoir by Richard Bausch. Short Story by Lynna Williams. Essays by Michael Hamphill and Mark Richardson. Hal Crowther writes about “Eating Rats in Vicksburg.” Other contributors include Florence King, Linda Peal, Bern Keating, Willie Morris, Joe Atkins, Steve Vineberg, Jonathon Miles, and Matthew Teague.