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The Angle

1981

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1981

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Writer's Cramp, Richard Barrington Jan 1981

Writer's Cramp, Richard Barrington

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It's Time, Claudia Wilson Jan 1981

It's Time, Claudia Wilson

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Islands, Richard Barrington Jan 1981

Islands, Richard Barrington

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It Wasn't That I Wouldn't, Katerine Meeder Jan 1981

It Wasn't That I Wouldn't, Katerine Meeder

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Michael, N/A Trenwythe Jan 1981

Michael, N/A Trenwythe

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Groutacious, Gustelly, Diane Delluomo Jan 1981

Groutacious, Gustelly, Diane Delluomo

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Oct. 25th, Sue Frawley Jan 1981

Oct. 25th, Sue Frawley

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The Misty Air Envelopes All, Diane Delluomo Jan 1981

The Misty Air Envelopes All, Diane Delluomo

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Reflections, Tracy Kiefer Jan 1981

Reflections, Tracy Kiefer

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A View From Inside, Rose Lynn Black Jan 1981

A View From Inside, Rose Lynn Black

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Lonely Image, N. H. Jan 1981

Lonely Image, N. H.

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Haiku, Tracy Darrah Jan 1981

Haiku, Tracy Darrah

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Symbols Of Love, William Henry Jr. Jan 1981

Symbols Of Love, William Henry Jr.

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Word Witchery, Tracy Darrah Jan 1981

Word Witchery, Tracy Darrah

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Summer Always Seems, Nancy Cuminale Jan 1981

Summer Always Seems, Nancy Cuminale

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For The Conscriptors...1981, Clarence A. Amann Jan 1981

For The Conscriptors...1981, Clarence A. Amann

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After The End, Dimitri Markoulis Jan 1981

After The End, Dimitri Markoulis

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Stolen From Forever, Lee Vurrare Jan 1981

Stolen From Forever, Lee Vurrare

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Jamie Had Threatened To Kill Before, Dimitri Markoulis Jan 1981

Jamie Had Threatened To Kill Before, Dimitri Markoulis

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The Painting, Rose Lynn Black Jan 1981

The Painting, Rose Lynn Black

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Simic Poem, Tracy Darrah Jan 1981

Simic Poem, Tracy Darrah

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The Child And The Unicorn, Timothy Shaw Jan 1981

The Child And The Unicorn, Timothy Shaw

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In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

""She is not crazy!"

"She is too!"

"She is not!"

There are few things so boring as an argument between ten-year-olds. Their concept of debate is to shout louder and louder until the opponent gives up. I didn't know how long this had gone on before I showed up, but I decided it had probably been long enough, so I asked what started it.""


Full Issue, No Author Jan 1981

Full Issue, No Author

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The Wind..., Laura Mccoy Jan 1981

The Wind..., Laura Mccoy

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In Itself, Halpa Halina Jan 1981

In Itself, Halpa Halina

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I Waited For The Music, Lee Vurrare Jan 1981

I Waited For The Music, Lee Vurrare

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The Eternal Prince Of Almost, Richard Barrington Jan 1981

The Eternal Prince Of Almost, Richard Barrington

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Things Unseen, Laurie Collins Jan 1981

Things Unseen, Laurie Collins

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In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"I walked to the sliding glass door, which led to the patio, now empty of the redwood furniture my father had built. I knew the patio was out there and I knew the furniture wasn't, even though a sheet of plastic covered the door and obscured my vision. The plastic was put up to keep the cold winds from escaping through the unseen crevices around the door, although I couldn't see why it would matter anymore. I could hear the winds blowing and I knew they ...


May Our Friendship..., William Henry Jr. Jan 1981

May Our Friendship..., William Henry Jr.

The Angle

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