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Quarterly West
Volume: 91 | Year: 2017

Table of Contents:

Lucy Anderton
She Was the Only Redhead in Our Village

Craig Beaven
War on Terror Memorial Highway
Pioneer Cemetery, Dallas, Texas
Song on the End of the World (Laser Light Show, Stone Mountain, Georgia)
President Davis, fleeing southward after Lee's surrender, with members of his cabinet spent the night of Apr. 16, 1865, in a pine grove nearby
In the Museum of Personal History
We Are Happy

Ansley Clark
Apologies Regarding Spatial Reasoning

S. Brook Corfman
from I Have Been Lying to Myself Again

Marcus Jamison
Hunger

Gina Keicher
Date Night Beneath Movie Marquee

Lisa Low
Ruby's First Asian Crush
Ruby Envies White Girls
At 13, Ruby Worries
Two Truths and a Lie
Letters, Part 1

Elizabeth Sochko
Garden Rumor
Field Notes 03

Analicia Sotelo
Expiration Date

Fritz Ward
from Born

Maria Williams
The Doe

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Craig Beaven
War on Terror Memorial Highway; Pioneer Cemetery, Dallas, Texas; Song on the End of the World (Laser Light Show, Stone Mountain, Georgia); President Davis, fleeing southward after Lee's surrender, with members of his cabinet spent the night of Apr. 16, 1865, in a pine grove nearby; In the Museum of Personal History; We Are Happy

 

Ansley Clark
Apologies Regarding Spatial Reasoning

 

Elizabeth Sochko
Garden Rumor; Field Notes 03