Mary Hood: How She Went Further — Spring 2013



Pat Conroy has written, “Mary Hood is not a good writer, she is a great writer.” This issue features a new story and a new essay by Hood, a selection of the remarkable letters she wrote in the 1980s to then-editor Stanley W. Lindberg, and an interview by William Walsh. Other notable work includes poems by Albert Goldbarth; fiction by Ginger Eager; and “Refugee Architecture and Other Systems of Daily Experience,” an art portfolio by Philadelphia-based Amze Emmons.