Issue 13 - digital ($2.59) or print ($10.99)

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Tahoma Literary Review has stories and poems you will want to share written by people you will want to meet. The 25 selections in our Fall/Winter issue describe dreams and omens; bodies in motion; how we deal with fear and grief; what we inherit and what we pass on. The stories, essays, and poems range in time and geography from the drought-ridden Midwestern plains of the 1870s to present-day Cheung Chau, Hong Kong. 

Issue 13 is available electronically, in hard copy, and by subscription. 

Hard Copy 

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You can order a Kindle version of the issue here.

Issue 13 Contributors

Fiction: Roel F. Concepcion, Tim Conrad, Kathleene Donahoo, Mary Fancher, Lindsay Fowler, Rosanna N. Henderson, Sara Henry, Kiran Kaur Saini, Steve Trumpeter, Becky Tuch.

Nonfiction:  Richard Hoffman, Anna Lewis, Ainsley McWha, Hope Wabuke, Amber Wong, Isaac Yuen

Poetry: Arthur Allen, Rita Banerjee, Mark Jay Brewin, Jr., Gina Franco, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Michael Harty, Pamela L. Sumners, Dujie Tahat, ali whitelock.

Cover Artist: Pausha Foley