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In this issue... Well, we hate to say this, but summer's almost over. The light is different, shadows are lengthening in the afternoon & we have lost 2 hours of sunlight since the solstice. But let that not deter us. Let's pack up the metaphorical family wagon & HIT THE ROAD! We feature a fine selection of fiction & prose in this issue ...
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Valerie Jeremijenko, in her first appearance in Hinchas takes us to Doha, Quatar & Mackay, Queensland, Australia; Donna Vitucci leaves her ol' Kentucky home to visit the frozen tundra of Keweenaw, Minnesota; Clara de la Torre takes us into the ring for an up close look at women's boxing in Lubbock, Texas. We offer two aesopian eco-fables by Barbara Robidoux & Richard Trauger; Artemis Savory's lyric essay; Carol Severino visits Old Havana & Jared Alan Smith deals with cards & bears.
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We also feature poetry by Chyna Parker, Jack Freeman, Alejandra Castillo, Winsome Charter, Holly Day, Norman Dubie, Dorothy Chan & Ed Harkness. Mike Sonksen reviews Martin Espada's new book & we offer some stunning artwork by Annette Plasencia, Andrea Lambert & Carlos Franco-Ruiz.
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Speaking of road trips, Hinchas will be on hiatus for our usual Fall/Winter issue. Some of us expect to be travelling & there are some necessary upgrades that need to be made to our website. However, be sure to check out our sumptuous Spring issue --Hinchas # 20!-- coming to an in-box near you sometime around the equinox. See you then!
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