As the winter holidays approach and I rush in circles doing mad battle against looming deadlines, interminable traffic and an inevitable cold, I am sustained by the promise of a few dozey late-December afternoons in which eggnog and pajamas will feature prominently. And so, I was filled with delight upon discovering John Tagliabue’s poem “When Sometimes Awkwardness is Almost Fitting.”.” Here it is:
In his lively, thoughtful essay about Tagliabue, Gary Grieve-Carlson...
Contest Winners Announced!
We have announced the winners of our short story contest on our contest page. A very warm thank you to Alexander MacLeod for judging this inaugural fiction contest, and to all the entrants for the many fine stories that they submitted.
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