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Willows Wept Review:

Issue Twenty-One: Summer 2021

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Published by:
Troy Urquhart
Published:
6/12/2021
Specs:
Digest / 5.25" x 8.25"
60 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Literature & Writing
Tags:
creative writing, fiction, literature, nature, non-fiction, poetry

The cover of Issue Twenty-One is a detail from a photo by Cheryl Merrill. Cheryl's essay "Thirteen Ways of Looking at an Elephant," influenced by the Wallace Stevens poem and reflecting her life and work with a small herd of elephants in Botswana, is featured in this issue. Issue Twenty-One also includes poetry and prose by Stephen Barile, Julie Barney, Jeff Burt, Thomas Elson, John Gidmark, Cynthia Good, D. E. Green, Robert Stewart Heaney, Evander Lang, Steven McCown, Edie Meade, James B. Nicola, Ellis Purdie, Naudia Reeves, Laurie Rosenblatt, and Lisa Trudeau.

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