September 1, 2018

In Quill of the Dove, Shaw jumps right into two of the messiest conflicts the Middle East has seen: the Lebanese Civil War and the inextricably linked Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Alternating between 2007 and the years 1975 to 1982, Shaw tells two related stories. The...

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Contributors to
the April 2020 Issue

Wendy Hawkin

Jim Napier

Timothy Niedermann

Ian Thomas Shaw

 

 

 

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