Volume 87, Number 2, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Wrong Number

pp. 7-8
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Fallen, and: Husband Fair

pp. 9-10
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Hard-Handed Men of Athens

pp. 11-12
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Horror Story, and: Jik Yam Dak

pp. 13-15
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Blood-Red Velvet with Scream Please, Frost Me

p. 16
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After Pompeii, and: Following the Animals, and: Sprawl, and: Punishment

pp. 17-23
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St. Joseph, Abscondus

p. 24
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Night Nurse

p. 25
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stop-&-frisk, and: Transubstantiation, and: bent on

pp. 26-27
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Time in the Sierras Subbéticas

p. 28
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The Man Who Ate Spain

pp. 29-39
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Border Post, and: Rain, and: Fulcrum

pp. 40-41
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Brigham & Women’s, and: Good Enough

pp. 42-43
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A Good Death

p. 44
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Shift in Time, and: Out of Thin Air

pp. 45-46
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Walking Away from Death

pp. 47-48
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The Body, and: Grief

pp. 49-50
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The Man with a Moth on the Inside Coming Out

p. 51
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Kamden Quadrangle

pp. 52-54
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The Fires

pp. 55-71
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Stillborn, and: A Well-Regulated Society

pp. 72-74
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The Mermaid’s Thesaurus, and: Don Quixote, and: Spun off Lilacs

pp. 75-77
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House Where Wisteria Grew

p. 78
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A Brief History of Writing, and: Gravity

pp. 79-80
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Carrying a Baby, and: Desert Duende

pp. 81-82
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Orphan Supper, and: Sunday Afternoons with Father

pp. 83-84
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Waterboy

p. 85
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Always Before, Light Gathered

pp. 86-87
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Braids

pp. 88-90
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The Divine Auditor

pp. 91-104
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Rape

pp. 105-106
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When Cortez Came

p. 107
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From “Tripe”

pp. 108-109
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Vanilla (A Herstory)

pp. 110-111
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Sleepover

p. 112
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The Ross Giant Cedars

p. 113
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Ulan Bator

pp. 114-125
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en route to the Food Lion to pick up bread

p. 126
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My Brother’s Wandering Soul, and: Paganism and the Modern Woman

pp. 127-129
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Cuttack, and: Leaving

pp. 130-132
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Broomhead

pp. 133-146
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The Shovel

pp. 147-154
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An Old Anxiety

p. 155
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What’s Wrong

pp. 156-157
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Samson

p. 158
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J. P. Morgan Defines Human Potential Energy, and: Nikola Tesla Discovers Desire, and: Nikola Tesla at the Wardenclyffe Ruins

pp. 159-161
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Small Rain

pp. 162-163
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Reviews

What We Ask of Flesh by Remica L. Bingham (review)

pp. 164-166
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The Lives of Things by Jose Saramago (review)

pp. 166-168
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An Onion of Wars by Tony Medina (review)

pp. 168-170
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Contributors

pp. 171-176
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