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Village boys with their horse and cart.

Village boys with their horse and cart, from Julian Hoffman's "Faith in a Forgotten Place," the winner of the 2nd Annual Contest in Nonfiction. Photo by Julian Hoffman.

Issue No. 28 — “Image” — features an interactive mix of literary and technical contributions, including the poetry, fiction, and nonfiction winners of our 2nd Annual Contest; our second image-filled online poetry chapbook; a new column by Elizabeth Dodd; a hypertext narrative gallery on art and the Russian landscape; and much more:

Editorials

  • Guest Editorial: “Defining the City: On Being and Becoming” by Scott Doyon, Principal, PlaceMakers
  • Almanac: “Red Buffalo, Black Butterflies” by Elizabeth Dodd
  • Plein Air: “Home” by Deborah Fries
  • Field Notes: “Casting Off, About, and Somewhere in Between” by Kathryn Miles
  • Bull Hill: “The Picture of a Song Freezes the Music of Nature”by David Rothenberg, with audio
  • A Stone’s Throw: “Geographies of the Interior” by Lauret Savoy

Interview

To Know a Place

UnSprawl Case Study

  • Serenbe in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, by Megan Kimble

Essays

Articles

ARTerrain Gallery

Poetry

Fiction

Reviews

View our dynamic new issue at www.terrain.org.

One Response

  1. Jesse Furrow

    Congratulations on your latest issue. I look forward to checking it out!

    Jesse Furrow
    Public Relations
    Precipitate: Journal of the
    New Environmental Imagination

    Reply

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