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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975263706, Paperback)

Swink is a new, part-sincere, part-irreverent, always thought-provoking biannual magazine. With fiction, nonfiction and poetry from the likes of self-proclaimed "Greatest American Living Writer," Neal Pollack, lovable pervert Jonathan Ames, Charles D'Ambrosio, Amy Bloom, Chris Offutt, Steve Almond, David L. Ulin, Geoff Dyer, Lisa Glatt, Rachel Resnick, Daniel Alarcon, David Hollander, Nelly Reifler, Bob Hicok, Lucia Perillo, Beckian Fritz Goldberg, Terrance Hayes, D. Nurkse, Matthew Rohrer, and many others. Features departments such as "Takes One to Know One," in which one author writes about another who shares his or her occupation or preoccupation; "Peregrinations," essays on travel or journeys; and "Damaged Darlings," a collaborative writing platform in which one writer hands over an abandoned work-in-progress for another to complete.

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