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Archive for the ‘Non-Fiction’ Category

Fall Issue 32.2 Out Now!

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

David King – Danny Dutch
Aaron Crippen – Artist Statement, Bomber, and When I Grow Small

Liz Prato – Astronomical Objects
John McDermott – Burden and Tinder
Randall Brown – Future Perfect Tense
Susan Robison – The Night Garden
Shelley Ettinger – John and Yoko and Rowena and Me
Lawrence Cady – Paradise, California

Susan Sterling – Accidental Dog
Patti Hovarth – From All the Difference: A memoir of scoliosis

B.J. Best – The Extended Forecast
Andrea L. Watson – Seven Reasons Why Frida Kahlo Is Found Alive and Well in Taos and Woman. Storm. Fish. Braid.
Kevin Carollo – Slower Forests and Refrigerator Heaven
Matt Zambito – Read My lips and Locusts
Gary Soto – Thinking Like Knut Hamsun and A Drive to the Foothills
Sara Wallace – You
Jen Bills – Holes
Michael Salcman – I Never Bent a Spoon or Stopped a Locomotive
Amelia Gray – From Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Death Notices — 1887-1889
Sam Byfield – Borderlands
Lilah Hegnauer – Mapleton Hill and Body Moving Like a Broad Stitch in Linen
Emily Perez – Home and Interview With the Thief
Lara Frankena – Reading a Second-Hand Brautigan in the Bathtub and Gentleness in the Toolshed
Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor – Recalls Due To Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Robbie Q. Telfer – Dear Facial Oils
Marilyn McCabe – Eve on the Edge
Christi Clancy – Steps to Plan
Alison Powell – New Hymn and Detestande Feritatis
Abby Gambrel – The Breakup
Margaret MacInnis – Family Snapshot
Hildred Crill – From the Smallest, Farthest Island of the Archipelago
Jennifer Perrine – Portrait of My Mother as a Kitchen Utensil
Devin Becker – A Poem Translated . . .
Changxin Fang – Adam and Eve
Keith Montesano – Poem To Jess in Maine in the Song of the Great Black-Backed Gulls
Karen Holmberg – All This Fits in the Palm of Your Hand
Erika Mueller – Gretel

“Dramatic, Spanish Built Custom Colonial” by Derek Mong

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008

Spring 2008, Volume 32, Number 1

Dramatic, Spanish Built Custom Coloniala

~Pride of Ownership~
8544 Timber Trail
Brecksville, Ohiob

For showings, offers, and consultations contact: Silvana DiBiase @ 216.347.9990

fireplaced, wall to wall carpet
Great Rme
fireplace, wall to wall carpet
balcony/deck, wood floors, pantryg
wall to wall carpet, window treatment
Master Bdrm
balcony/deck, skylight, fully carpeted
ceiling fan, wall to wall carpet
wood floors

Lot Dimensions 110×560
Total SqFt: 4000
Year Built: 1990
Construction: Existingk

a The architecture reminded my father of California: those arid summers he spent lounging in the gardens of the Carmel Mission, afternoons walking home from school, his fingertips running over the stucco fences. But this was Ohio, further north than the Spanish cared to settle and certainly too cold. No explanation ever came for why the previous owners (young retirees) had planted this anomaly in the suburbs. My friends called it la hacienda, or simply Taco Bell. Our neighbors directed their out-of-town guests to count the number of driveways between “Franco’s villa” and their own two-story Tudor. By the time my brother swapped his associate’s degree for bachelor-hood in Seattle, my parents were ready to move. I’d already left for Ann Arbor. They flung the double doors open and readied the property for sale. They’d lived there 2,932 days and counting. Many of the rooms were already bare.