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new memoir from the Winter 2013 issue: Steve Coffman

24 Jan

from “Perfume River”:

The intermittent cortege of sand-loaded sampans had a cumulative effect on me. Beyond their visual interest they began to take on a certain weight of some transcendent enormity being somewhere built or buried. Perhaps both at the same time. Eventually, we came to a spot of hillside where the lush green of palms and banana trees had been peeled away to reveal the source of sand, a large portion of the hill already gone, several dozen men incessantly shoveling sand onto waiting boats.

Choctawhatchee River, November

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sister river to the Pea

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Chemung River, from the pedestrian bridge in Corning, New York

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Chemung River, from the pedestrian bridge in Corning, New York

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