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Pinyon Review
Pinyon Review Celebrating the Arts & Sciences
Fiction — Non-fiction — Essays — Stories — Poetry — Science & Mathematics — Nature & Philosophy — Art
Number 17: Spring 2020
Poems by Annette Barnes, Robert Beveridge, Craig Cotter, Holly Day, Stuart Friebert, John Grey, Mark Jackley, Zhimin Liu, Pawel Markiewicz, Mark J. Mitchell, Frederick Pollack, Edward J. Rielly, Luci Shaw, John Tustin, Frederick Wilbur, and Lee Clark Zumpe
Prose: Excerpt from Portbou, A Catalan Memoir by Marie Mercè Roca translated by Sonia Alland
Art: Seascapes by Liz Meer; Too Close by Annette Barnes; When Time Stands Still by Fabrice Poussin
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