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Book Review: Sister Light, Sister Dark by Jane Yolen

Somehow, I’ve never gotten around to reading much by Jane Yolen, so I was excited to see this title pop up on NetGalley prior to its rerelease (with new and striking cover art) as an ebook. 863 more words



THE authors contributing to this book are Southerners, well acquainted with one another and of similar tastes, though not necessarily living in the same physical community, and perhaps only at this moment aware of themselves as a single group of men. 2,821 more words


Death, as does friendship, falls beyond us;
drowning, a firm handshake, bare smile,
the opaque air of two split spheres:
our lives roll like dimes down a sewer. 151 more words



If you were that woman, sitting every Friday
in the public library, one week working through the who
and how and why
of simple questions whispering from your tutor’s lips, 485 more words


Metal Clamps

“August 1945,” my mother let out a deep sigh. She wrapped a Swirl cotton dress around her naked body, feeling more comfortable without the extra undergarments. 1,165 more words


From the Archives: Does it Matter?

By David C. Shultz

Editor’s note—It’s a bright new day in the Church of God, and our future looks even brighter. But we as the Church of God have a rich heritage that must not be forgotten. 634 more words

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