Salmon Magazine: Vol. 1 No. 1, Summer 1992 (used PB)

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Authors: various (see list below); Format: Paperback; Publisher: Salmon Magazine; ISSN: 1063 9624; Length: 227 pages. Condition: Very Good. Cover, binding, and pages are all still in great shape. Sorry, no cover image available at this time.

Contents:

David Choo: The Smile Café (1941)
Linda Watanabe McFerrin: Samosas
Indigo Som: Euphemism
A. K. Baumgard: What Color the Love Within
Rosemary Lewis: Wanderlust
Sarah Allen: Etching, untitled
Scott Ruescher: At the Boston Public Library
Jeffery Loo: Sonata for Grandpa
Sarah Allen: Etching, untitled
Leslie Pietrzyk: Heartbeat
Mary Barbara Hess: Carving
Mary Barbara Hess: Sister Wind
Edra Ziesk: Real Life
Simon Perchik: *
Ben Shykind: Photograph, untitled
Kim Roberts: Maple
Kim Roberts: Theater
David Rain: Bruce Chatwin's
David Rain: Lifelong Walkabout - An Appreciation
Robert Cooperman: William Gray's Sheep Are Drowned in the Columbia River, Oregon Territory, 1853
Robert Cooperman: Joseph Severn Watches the Dead John Keats, 23 February 1821
Daniel Murphy: On Easter Monday
F.R. Lewis: School Days, School Days
Olivia Diamond: To Bernarda Chavez
Olivia Diamond: Of Mixed Blood
Judith Skillman: Three Approaches to Our Lost Childhoods
Juno Salazar Parrenas: If Only There Wasn't Discrimination in This World
Juno Salazar Parrenas: I Am Beautiful
Kate Gale Harper: From Guatemala, to This House
Elsa E'Der: Clearing
Elsa E'Der: Asylum
Kevin Lee: Etching, untitled
Edwidge Danticat: The Scatter Bean Runner
Lyn Lifshin: January
Lyn Lifshin: Waikiki 6:00 A.M. to 7:00 A.M.
Brian Smith: The Flight of the Bathtub
Brian Smith: The Cry of the Seabird
John Shaw: Old Doings
Michael Weaver: El Duke O
Reuben Jackson: 1969
Reuben Jackson: 63rd and Broadway
Kevin Lee: Etching, untitled
Katherine Min: Expatriate
Allison Joseph: The Rules of English
Keith Norris: History
John Ekholm: The Man in the Boat
John Ekholm: Wildflower
Sandi Sonnenfeld: Stripper
Reja-e Busailah: Shaking Rain Over the Desert
Brian Jacobs: Shaboomalang
Brian Jacobs: Drops Grasp
Noelle Sulivan: The Spot
Val Gerstle: Suicide Notes
Val Gerstle: Lynette Should Be Happy
Val Gerstle: Going to a Funeral
John H. McCormack: Mixed Media, Self Facsimile
Kenneth Pobo: Border Dispute
Kenneth Pobo: Up to Oskosh to See
Jeff Oaks: The Blackberries
Jeff Oaks: Fire Water World, A Review
Elisavietta Ritchie: The German Officer Inherits
Gregg Shapiro: The Dance of Denial
Kevin Lee: Etching, untitled
William O'Sullivan: The Touch

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