Gold Man Review Issue 5

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As Gold Man Review grows, so does Issue 5 by opening us up to new worlds and new ways of thinking that can’t help but shape us as we read. A few examples of what we have in this year's issue are such pieces as Sarah Isto’s “Mourning Hiatus – 5:30 am,” Jessica Danger’s “Cherry Red Dress,” Dorothy Place’s “Missing in Action,” and Shaun McMichael’s “Coming or Going” where we live through the mind-alt...

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ness of divorce, addiction, and bereavement. In stories and poems like Kori Rosset’s “The Tube Time Slumber Party,” Graham Guest’s “Blackcorn, Storyteller,” and Alex Vigue’s, “2),” we grow by learning to appreciate a new style or how to peek through a curtain of irony. We hope that you, too, find something in this issue that helps you grow as a reader, a writer, or as a person.