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Announcing The Magnolia Review Ink Award for Volume 4, Issue 1

Thank you, Suzanna, for this wonderful opportunity. Each issue of The Magnolia Review is a beautiful selection of prose, poetry and art, and so I knew from the beginning that choosing one piece for the Ink Award would be difficult. 301 more words

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Greg Rappleye

Greg Rappleye’s poetry has appeared in a variety of literary journals and magazines, including Poetry, The Southern Review, Shenandoah, and elsewhere. His second book of poems, … 42 more words

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Ruben Rodriguez

Ruben Rodriguez is a master of all things thrift. He holds an MFA in fiction from California State University San Bernardino where he was the fiction editor of… 69 more words

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The Lonely Swim

In a different time, I had the good fortune to live on the bountiful coast of the Central Americas. The shoreline only dotted with mild human interventions, breathed with lush vegetation and its ecological counterparts. 502 more words


Perspectives from Professional WaveRiders

Rob Machado:

Bodysurfing played a huge role in my development as a wave rider.  My first memories were from the shore break.  It was my first understanding of what it felt like to get tubed.  334 more words