Robert Marshall on the gap between the man and the myth of the 1970s phenomenon Carlos Castaneda; Allison Schuette on the moment a marriage actually breaks; Amy Lee Scott on coming to terms with her Korean middle name; and Francine Prose’s Hopwood Lecture on character and language, “Complimentary Toilet Paper.”
Fiction by Rebecca Makkai, Aaron Hamburger, Jo Neace Krause, Lynn Pruett, and Kodi Scheer.
Review of new work by Martha Collins and Rick Hilles.
Poetry by Samiya Bashir, Yasmine Dalena, Chris Dombrowski, Jessica Greenbaum, and Cleopatra Mathis.
Plus: “An International Pavilion: A Selection of New Australian Poetry,” with poems by Robert Adamson, Elizabeth Campbell, Alison Croggon, Michael Farrell, Robert Gray, Sarah Holland-Batt, Jennifer Maiden, John Mateer, Peter Minter, Gig Ryan, Maria Takolander, and Chris Wallace-Crabbe.
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