History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again.
On the Appearance of the Wolves by Edgar Mason
The Battle of Sablat by Barb Siples
Jehan de Mandeville, Returned From The East, Orders His Affairs by Jacob Rakovan
Do Not Repent by Pamela Freeman
The Messiah’s Wife by Bezalel Stern
Against the Current by Townsend Walker
Harmon’s Start by Roger Pincus
Episodes in the Navajo Degradation: A Five-Poem Sequence by Charles Tarlton
Eighteen Inches by Mallory Wycoff
Rob in the Hood by G. K. Werner
Four Sacrifices by Jonathan Edelstein
The Peace Criminal by Vaughan Stanger
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