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Letter sent on Apr 19, 2016

Vol. 1 No. 1

Yesterday, we were thrilled to publish the very first issue of Lake Waban Blue. In case you missed it, we wanted to call your attention to the three pieces included in that issue.

In Radio, Alexandria Narae Young writes of a divorced father of two who is captivated by a Top 40 song as he contemplates his relationship with his ex-wife.

In two years she hasn’t changed a bit. I don’t feel like I know who she is. I realize, with a start, that that means I didn’t know who she was two years ago, either.

In Thick-Soled, Rebecca Spilecki writes of a beachwalker who has earned her calluses to protect herself from sharp objects in her path but also learns that she is still susceptible to cuts and scars.

it’ll scar — you callus easily enough
but you scar easily enough too

In What have you Lost?, Rebecca Danos wonders what has been lost over the course of a lifetime and what remains to be found.

You once trod together down the hidden trail
Without foreboding of the division ahead

We hope you enjoy this first issue, and we look forward to bringing you the next. Keep an eye out for it in May.

Anita & Michelle

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