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KROnline: July 23, 2014

Poems by Hannah Saiz and Ryan Teitman
Fiction by Hiba Krisht and Sofi Stambo
Jacqueline Kolosov reviews Make Me Do Things by Victoria Redel
Lindsay Turner reviews Jackqueline Frost’s The Antidote

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The Kenyon Review Summer 2014

Volume XXXVI | Number 3

Selections from our latest issue available now:

Poems by Allison Hutchcraft and John Kinsella
An excerpt from a story by Adam Peterson,
and an excerpt from David Baker‘s essay “Thresholds” from “A Symposium on Emily Dickinson”

KR Online

Works of fiction, poetry, essays, and more, exclusively online.

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The Witnessing

By Hiba Krisht

Rumors darted like shadows behind closed apartment doors in the neighborhoods of Tallet-al-Khayyat. They told of how, not two nights before, women stood at windows . . .

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What We Are Able to Hold

By Jacqueline Kolosov

Victoria Redel’s sexy, smart Make Me Do Things is grounded in the often artsy, urbane worlds of middle-aged women and men who raise kids, work and work out, desire, and live in places like New York and Provincetown.

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funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts

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Kellie Wells

Kellie Wells is the author of a collection of short fiction, Compression Scars, winner of the Flannery O’Connor Award, and two novels, Skin and Fat Girl, Terrestrial. She teaches in the MFA programs at the University of Alabama and Pacific…

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