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“Overhead, bats strafed midges in the darkening sky.”

Amidst the coarseness and anger and regret of the narrative voice in Wells Tower’s story “Retreat,” there are occasional passages of evocative description that not only beautifully establish a sense of place in the story but also deepen and make … Continue reading

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