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Words are the only tools that I even remotely know how to use.
MOURA MCGOVERN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 25

MOURA MCGOVERN

Words are the only tools that I even remotely know how to use. My work has been published in some great places such as BlazeVox, Camera Obscura, the Chattahoochee Review, and Ducts. I have an MFA from Penn State University. I write book reviews at concreteandcoyotes.
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and my website is mouramcgovern.com.

DANIEL J NEWCOMER

I have worked as a reporter for the Badger Herald while studying at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, written stories for the Bali Expat and the Jakarta Expat magazines while living and teaching English in Indonesia, and done a little copywriting for some spare change.

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34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 25
34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 25 TO EAT, TO SLEEP: THE STRUGGLES, HOPES, AND DREAMS OF THE TUNISIAN REVOLUTION SOCIETY DANIEL J NEWCOMER CAPTURED SAGE CURTIS EARLY BIRD HENK HOPMAN THE POLITICS OF ETI THOMAS N HACKNEY THE INTERSECTION OF
REAL ESTATE, RETAIL, & REALITY MOURA MCGOVERN THIEF OLGA KLINGER ENLIGHTENMENT CIRCA 1962 JOHN HEARN COLECTIVO MARTIN ARGENTI

THOMAS N HACKNEY

I am a science writer, for 38 years now, when I am not somewhat more gainfully employed as a magazine editor, IT technician or PR executive. I have managed to publish four stories this year, three in print magazines (one British, two American) and one in an internet magazine (British). Hack by name, hack by nature! My book, The Eti Grail (2012, Balboa Press), goes into more detail on this story.

OLGA KLINGER

I was born and spent my early years in St Petersburg, Russia. This city continues to influence my writing to this day, and I go back as often as I can.

JOHN HEARN

By the 1960s, when I was coming of age, the seeds of a pervasive critique of society began to take root.  At its heart was the belief that institutions impede rather than promote individual well-being.  What’s the optimal relationship between society and the individual?

MARTIN ARGENTI

The shared cramped space of the colectivo echoes the meetings and partings that define our lives, and serves as the inspiration for my story. Writing about it helps me to connect with the rhythm and the substance and the realness of it all.

SAGE CURTIS

I watch people kiss and argue and talk about everything and nothing and then I see them in my poems. For more of my work,  Garbanzo Literary Journal, Two@SJSU. thewordsofsagedanielle.blogspot.com

HENK HOPMAN

I write novels and short stories. A novel gives you plenty of room to move. It’s pleasant to be in a novel. A short story, on the other hand, hems you in. No sooner are you in one than you want to get out. I try not to give in to this urge. I want a short story to be like a miniature novel, with a real plot, with authentic characters and with observations and reflections to think about. twice411@gmail.com

I try to remind myself that I don’t know shit.
JONATHAN TROSCLAIR 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 48
I write to stay alive, to feel human.
MILENA PETROVIC 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 40
I’m an artist because it allows me to be free.
SHANNON MARIE KELLY 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 27
When it all falls away we find ourselves still alive, and so we continue.
JOSHUA DULL 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 35
It is the discovery process of the inner self.
JOANNA JEANINE SCHMIDT 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 44
I have a great literary scene to help me develop my writing.
MARI CASEY 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 43
I tried to fix my head, hang out with people, stop writing for a bit.
POLINA SIMAKOVA AKA AGRIPPINA DOMANSKI 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 42
I am a writer because writing keeps me sane.
NATASHA NOAH 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 41
I began this story with a vague concept: in this case a story about sex.
LIZ FYNE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 39
Thoughts of gender, identity, and expectations. And Adrienne Rich poetry.
REBECCA DIMYAN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 38
JOE DE PATTA 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 37 The poems are about the competition, jealousy, frustration, friendship, loss, and joy that all bands experience.
Words are the only tools that I even remotely know how to use.
MOURA MCGOVERN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 25
Most of my poetry deals with gang violence and the impact it has on someone's life.
KANISHKA LAMPKIN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 14
I write because I’m good at it. Sure, I dress up good too.
ETKIN CAMOGLU 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 30
I want to discover, to explore what I don’t know yet. TANIA VERHELST 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 32
When music beat me up and threw me out of the car I began to write.
DAVE MORRISON 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 01
I like a poem that blows itself wide open at the end.
SUSAN WHITMORE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 31
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