Volume 4: The award-winning Review returns with another cornucopia of riches. Here are art and poetry by local school children alongside the work of accomplished writers and artists from near and far.
Fiction includes the revisioning of a well known tale, “Gretel,” by Joan Thornton, and a masterful rendition of a slice of the life of a biographer, “About Bunin,” by Susan Trott. In the featured history, “How Rep. Philip Burton and a Magic Marker Hijacked Tomales Bay into the Golden Gate National Recreation Area,” journalist George Clyde conducts a dramatic investigation, makes an extraordinary discovery, and solves a thirty-five-year-old mystery.
There’s much more in this issue: illuminating art, essays, memoir, a classic Jamaican folksong newly arranged by Bart Hopkin, poetry from the whimsical to the wistful and from the simple, as in “Inverness Summer” by Jacoba Charles to the profound, see Robert Hass’s “Planh or Dirge for Those Who Die in Their Thirties.”
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Above: Amanda Tomlin, Nicasio Resevoir Thisles
Below: Willow Wallof, Hummingbird