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This column was prepared for the July 23, 2003 issue of U.S. 1


Between the Lines

Here it is, U.S. 1’s seventh annual fiction

and poetry issue. We emphasize as we always do that though editors

Nicole Plett and Kathleen McGinn Spring had to make difficult choices

from all the submissions, this is not a contest — but a chance

for writers to write what they don’t normally write and readers to

read what they don’t normally read. As he did last year, our editor

jumped into the fiction fray with a fictional column (see page 67).

This issue also comes with a party, and everyone is invited —

writers whose poetry or fiction is published here, writers who


work (and we encourage you to try again next year), and all the


too. Mark your calendar for Thursday, August 14, 5 to 7 p.m. at Barnes

& Noble MarketFair. There’ll be complimentary desserts from the Barnes

and Noble cafe and hors d’oeuvres from the Big Fish Seafood Bistro.

To read the fiction and poetry in this issue you will need a copy of

the newspaper. Find one at (

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