Author Archives: Jim Groom

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Shenandoah Volume 62 Number 1, Fall 2012

As of this past Tuesday the third, entirely online and open issue of Shenandoah is out on the virtual stands. This issue features a host of impressive poetry, fiction, flash fiction, nonfiction, reviews, and recommended reading. What’s more, this issue features an … Continue reading Continue reading

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Shenandoah debuts online

It’s official, Shenandoah literary magazine has made the move from print to online-only. What’s more, it just so happens that I was integral in the process of moving this journal to WordPress—where else could it go? Martha Burtis and I … Continue reading Continue reading

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Working through Shenandoah –getting there?

This is my second update on the Shenandoah Literary Journal I am working on along with the editor Rod T. Smith, his English 453 course, as well as Martha Burtis—who is doing the programming and developing for the theme design. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Bringing Shenandoah online

So over the last six months I have been working with Rod Smith at Washington Lee University on bringing the literary journal Shenandoah entirely online. It is a real privilege to work on this project because Shenandoah has a very … Continue reading Continue reading

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News reel featuring a young Flannery O’Connor

Introductory intertitle reads: “Here’s an odd fowl, that walks backward to go forward so she can look behind to see where she went!” M/S of a little girl who the narrator tells us is called Mary O’Connor (note: this is … Continue reading

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