Saturday, May 4, 2013

Happenstance Literary

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A digital magazine featuring original fiction, nonfiction and poetry from talented writers in a variety of genres. The May 1 issue includes essays by Sharon Vander Meer, a Q&A with Joanne Sprenger about her trail guide, poetry from Rosanne Sterne, the forth episode in Sergio Harthorne's fantasy, time-travel fiction novel, "The Changling King," a Mother's Day story by Alan M. Guy, and a review of Peggy Riley's first novel, "Amity and Sorrow."

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• It’s a quick read.
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• Original content.
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• Prose.
• Poetry.
• Art.
• Photography.

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