In Issue 91 stories by
•  Joseph Chavez
•  Siamak Vossoughi
•  Melissa R. Sipin
•  Mehdi Tavana Okasi
•  Sean Padraic McCarthy
•  Eugene Cross
•  Elizabeth Kadetsky
•  Kim Brooks
•  Robert Powers
•  Gil Filar
•  E.A. Durden
Interview with Junot Díaz by David Naimon
Silenced Voices: Ales Bialiatski, by Cathal Sheerin



In Writers Ask Issue 65, you'll hear from dozens of accomplished writers and writing teachers on these topics:
  • Early Roots
  • Autobiograhical Material
  • Theme
  • Advice for New Writers
And you'll get this Focus Essay:

"A Powerful Sort of Doubt," by Eugene Cross.



 

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