177 February, 2012

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Marking Time: New Orleans

Issue No. 177 ~ February, 2012

Driving into the French Quarter I immediately feel the warmth of the narrow, hugging streets and the invitation to arrive in this city feels honest.

The Unigirl

Issue No. 177 ~ February, 2012

Hannah was the name that I chose for myself. It was feminine but solid, not slutty.

Blind Spot

Issue No. 177 ~ February, 2012

It was Goff who began the rubber band thing. He sent the occasional red or green projectile flying across desks and between cubicles.

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Out of the Blue

Issue No. 177 ~ February, 2012

Through the rear view mirror my mother spotted a state police car behind her, but thought nothing of it, since so many cars were speeding past her in the left lane. Then the red light went on and the police car moved up right behind my mother's van.

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Sue William Silverman

Issue No. 177 ~ February, 2012

Sue William Silverman is the author of two acclaimed memoirs, as well as a poetry collection, Hieroglyphics in Neon and Fearless Confessions: A Writer's Guide to Memoir. Her memoir, Because I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You is a painful, excruciating account of years of sexual abuse as a child, which won the AWP (Association of Writers and Writing Programs) Award Series in Creative Nonfiction in 1995.

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