Author Archives: Ian Kent

Grandma Says Grace

My pedestal is hitched in history. What I remember is a personal, historical memory.  Words change, images contort and visceral etchings contain them, conform them to a specific, actual, descriptive point. Clouded, here I am alone, wandering at the point.

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Rhubarb is free! Donations are welcome…

By Tim Brandt

It’s time for us to offer complimentary copies of Rhubarb – we can’t store these treasures forever!

Let us know how many of which issue(s) you would like and how we can get these to you  –  we cannot afford to cover postage.

We are particularly interested in donating issues to libraries and schools for classroom use – we do want the magazines used and the words read!

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and yes – we can still offer tax receipts for any donation over $10

 

The Mennonite Literary Society is Suspending the Publication Rhubarb

By Victor Enns

Subscriptions are no longer available, and renewals will not be accepted. Here’s why More >