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Daniel Pritchard
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ICYMI the new issue of The Critical Flame is out!
In Another Country with Michelle Bailat-Jones. Love, exile, betrayal, illness, and death: it is rare for a first novel to take on such vast and slippery terrain, Patti Marxsen writes, much less to conquer it. “Wherein past, present, and future he beholds”: Comics and the Eternal Present ...
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Got to read this.
 
Syria in Revolt: Understanding the Unthinkable War | Sadik al-Azm http://bit.ly/1tfqr1y
Burning Syria, Tammam Azam. The people's intifada in Syria, against the military regime and police state of the Assad family, took me by surprise. I was fearful at first that the regime would crush it almost instantly, given its legendary ferocity and repressiveness.
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If in the Venn Diagram of life you inhabit the shaded area that 1) cares deeply about gender inequality in literary publishing 2) thinks the VIDA Count has been important to progress in that area 3) wants to see the Count expand and 4) believes people should be paid for their work, then you should donate to this fundraiser today. The people who make the VIDA Count possible are counting on you.
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Congrats to the winner of the BR Short Story contest!
 
Congratulations to Leslee Becker, whose story “Severance” was selected by Kiran Desai as the winner of the 2014 Aura Esrada Short Story Contest!
This road journey conveyed how mysterious people remain to each other, the feeling of menace that results. It captured the clumsy gestures we make across the divide, our disbelief in kindness—how very surprised we are when nothing bad happens. I enjoyed the surreal atmosphere of this story, ...
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Work
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  • Boston Review
    Marketing Director, present
  • David R Godine, Publisher
    Production Associate, 2007 - 2010
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  • Boston College
    English, Philosophy, 2001 - 2005