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IN THIS ISSUE: We here on the Left Coast are pleased to present, at long last, Hinchas #20, an eclectic gathering of poetry, prose & art. Elizabeth Jacobson is featured along with translations by Jonathan Simkins & Natalie Sucher. Other poets include Sergio Ortiz, Ari Wolff, Marina Carreira, Marc Vincenz, Asdrubal Quintero, Jenny Irizary, Madeleine Beckman & Mercedes Lawry ...
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Prose selections include our serialization of Valerie Jeremijenko's novel-in-waiting, "A Siblings' Story," as well as MK Ahn & Ana Hurtado, along with some stunning artwork by Andrea Lambert & Beata Wehr. The thumbnail illustrations that accompany each piece in this issue are details from Beata's work.
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National Poetry month has come & gone & we would like to congratulate our friend & sometimes contributor, Campbell McGrath, for being selected as a finalist in this year's Pulitzer Prize. Some of the poems in XX: Poems for the Twentieth Century first appeared in Hinchas #14. Kudos Campbell.
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Contributors’ Notes, No. 20
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