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    Penne Lynne is a writer and physician recruiter whose work explores grief and loss, confronting its inevitability in all our lives. Her writing has appeared in Kelp Journal, Brain, Child, Ten Spurs, Texas’s Best Emerging Poets, and elsewhere. Penne earned her MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts from the University of California, Riverside, and her affinity for family, friends, and the outdoors runs as deep as her native Texas roots.

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    4 Ways to Help Your Sole

    I’ve read thousands of articles over the years when it comes to “self-improvement,” as I’m sure you have too. The majority of those articles...

    Books: The School for Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan

    What defines a “good” mother and who gets to decide? In her debut novel, The School for Good Mothers, Jessamine Chan grapples with the...

    Hands Down

    The drive to Colorado took two days. It was April 15, 1987, and I had just come from Fort Rucker, Alabama, the Army’s Aviation...

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