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Kay Harkins teaches writing at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California, where she lives with her husband, two ex-racing greyhounds, and fifty rose bushes. She is a scholar of the Wesleyan Center for Twenty-first Century Studies for which she is currently producing the first issue of an on-line journal Susanna: A Literary and Scholarly Journal of Wesleyan Women's Thought.



Issue No. 15 ~ August, 1998

The winding road stretched far ahead of him. That was what he wanted. The road ahead, yielding to each stride as had the road behind. In the moment of concentration to breathe, to perspire, to strain, without truly straining, to live with the rhythm of …