Springtime is for Writers

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Springtime is for Writers! It’s the season to begin a new project, or finish up one you’ve been working on. It’s also time for a new issue of The Writing Disorder. This edition includes some great new work, some by writers published for the first time, and others that have working at their craft for years. We like to present a nice balance. We hope you enjoy the pleasant spring weather, the longer days, and a great group of writers and artists in our fresh new issue! —C.E. Lukather, Editor

IN THIS ISSUE:

NEW FICTION
Jacqueline Friedland – Just Allowance
John Bach – Letter No. 8 — Gunslinger in the Church
Sayuri Yamada – Dancers
Leonard Kress – Evooshkoo
John Richmond – The Hill
Bobby Fischer – Three Wolves
David Starnes – Sagging Crown
Erin Lebacqz – Sustenance
David S. Atkinson – Turndown Service
Emily Topper – Something Better

NEW POETRY
RAY GONZALEZ
RISA DENENBERG
CLYDE KESSLER
PAUL HOSTOVSKY
DOUG DRAIME

NEW INTERVIEW
SAM ROSENTHAL
Musician and the Author of Rye

NEW NONFICTION
The Treatment  by Xijing “Patricia” Sun
God’s Junkyard by Margaret Ackerman
Ghosts by Christine Barcellona

BOOK REVIEWs
J.C. Elkin’s World Class, review by Juliana Woodhead
Richard Powers’ Orfeo, review by Sarah Sarai

NEW ARTWORK
The Artist’s Window: The Work of Katerina R. Kovatcheva
The Sundial Bridge: The Photography of Keith Moul
The Life of an Artist: The Work of W. Jack Savage

Springtime is for Writers

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