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Volume 62, No. 1 of SHENANDOAH now online and free to all!

Readers can now open up our new issue and enjoy the art of Billy Renkl, as well as a whole book’s worth of good writing: *Poems by Linda Pastan, Robert Wrigley, Lisa Russ Spaar, Margaret Gibson, David Huddle, Andrea Null … Continue reading

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The Gloaming

I was recently reading Nightwoods by Charles Frazier when I stumbled upon a word that really stuck in my mind: gloaming. Frasier uses it as a possible option for a description of the state of nightfall, which the antagonist, Bud, … Continue reading

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