Issue 13: Fall 1996
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“Everything is grist for a writer’s mill. When something happens to us, we never simply chalk it up to experience and go on with our life—it is our life.” — Florence King in “Handmaidens”
“A Photographic Essay” by Victoria Balaban. Featuring “Target Practice” by Chris Offutt, “Who Killed Susan Smith?” by Blanche McCrary Boyd, and “An Unsuitable Attachment” by Bailey White. Other contributors include Wendy Brenner in the personal essay department, Roy Blount, Jr. with the “Gone Off Up North” column, Hal Crowther, Tony Early, Caroline Langston, Elizabeth Forston Arroyo, Mary Hood, Tom Rankin, and more.