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Friction, Summer 2019 (Friction #14)

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The Survival Issue, featuring poetry by David Bowles and Rachel Mennies; short stories from A.C. Koch, Jason Villemez, Ami Hendrickson, and Lara Ehrlich; creative nonfiction by Tatiana Scholte-Bonne, Jacqueline Doyle, and Jeremy Klemin; a flash fiction from Jennifer Fliss; and features with Lev Grossman, Alix E. Harrow, and Kundiman
Paperback, 116 pages
Published 2019 by Brink Literacy Project
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fulfilling book riot's 2020 read harder challenge task #23: Read an edition of a literary magazine (digital or physical)

incidentally, i have been curating book lists for f(r)iction's online outpost, and for this issue—The Survival Issue—i made the following list: Live Through This.

and for The Comeback Issue, i made this list: When Life Gives You Lemons, Come Back from the Dead.


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Editor's Note—Dani Hedlund

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