THE SPRING 2013 ISSUE OF THE WRITING DISORDER – NOW ONLINE

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Here we are beginning our fourth year. It’s been a rewarding experience publishing The Writing Disorder. Starting with this issue, you’ll see the efforts of our dedicated staff. Juliana Woodhead has done an excellent job selecting the poets, and Sarah Sarai continues to offer her guidance and wisdom in the overall direction of our journal. We appreciate their time and effort and look forward to working with them more in the future. Enjoy all the work in our exciting new issue. —C.E. Lukather, Editor

IN THIS ISSUE: NEW FICTION
THE PENGUIN WHO LONGED FOR THE MOUNTAINS by Kate LaDew
CAFÉ SPERL by Robert Scott
IN THE PULSE THERE LIES CONVICTION: Potato by Samuel Snoek-Brown
THE FIRE WAS THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY AN ELECTRICAL FAULT
by Ruby Cowling
RAJA’S CANDLE by Valerie Lewis

NEW INTERVIEW
A conversation with MANUEL GONZALES, author of The Miniature Wife

NEW POETRY
MARY BAST
LISA J. CIHLAR
DARREN DEMAREE
CHRIS CRITTENDEN

NEW NONFICTION
REDEFINING MY VAGINA by Rachael Goetzke
DEEP PURPLE BRUISES by Christine Ritenis

NEW PHOTOGRAPHY
A MORNING WITH YOU by Cecile Rose Poulain

NEW FICTION
THE SIREN DISAPPEARED by Scott Stambach
ALL IS TRUE by Charles West
POWER LINES by Alexandra Gilwit
I, RIGHT by Stefanie Trout
SYMPATHY by James Lewelling

NEW ART
VITAL SIGNS by Janet Culbertson
CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS II by Tom Block
AMAZING ART by Chuck Hodi

NEW POETRY
PRAMILA VENKATESWARAN
DESMOND KON
JENNY MORSE

NEW INTERVIEW
ISIS AQUARIAN, co-author of The Source: The Untold Story of
Father Yod and The Source Family

NEW NONFICTION
THE WORSE FOR WEAR by R.R. Gwaltney
CAUGHT BETWEEN SKY AND WATER by Laura Callanan

NEW INTERVIEW
with poet ARTHUR TULEE, by Sarah Sarai

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