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it, forever. Author(s) Lisa Russ Spaar Pages 433-434 Issue Summer 1986 ...
slurry of ice     and snowmelt; now clear. Now gone; now still here. Author(s) Lisa Russ Spaar Old ...
Poetry by Mark Conway, Alexa Mergen, David Petruzelli, Kim Roberts, Nicholas Samaras, and Lisa Russ Spaar ...
Criticism by Michelle Orange, Lisa Russ Spaar, and Allison Wright Amateur Hour by Joshua Foer #VQRTrueStory ...
we touch. Author(s) Lisa Russ Spaar Pages 451-452 Issue Summer 2001 ...
and rain blew coolly in—   Author(s) Lisa Russ Spaar Pages 108-109 Issue Winter 1994 ...
June 26, 2007
Brain has Corridors—surpassing / Material Place—” with illuminating credence. Author(s) Lisa Russ Spaar ...
April 16, 2009
been selected for the 2009 edition of The Best American Travel Essays (Houghton Mifflin). Lisa Russ ... Spaar, recently chosen for a Guggenheim Fellowship by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. New ...
of my own, full life finally leaps. Author(s) Lisa Russ Spaar Pages 106-107 Issue Winter 1994 ...
with illuminating credence. —Lisa Russ Spaar General Nonfiction The Zookeeper’s Wife: A War Story, by Diane Ackerman. W. W. ... —Peter Walpole Building a Century of Progress: The Architecture of the 1933–1934 Chicago World’s Fair, by Lisa D. ... of the cultural iconography and architectural style of the 1933–1934 Chicago World’s Fair, Lisa Shrenk ...

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