Good gracious, I am so excited about this! Check it out:
Anymore, people seem to think they don’t have time to read for pleasure.
Longridge Review is here to help you fix that.
Grab a cup of coffee and get comfortable with the gorgeous visual tones of artist Michael Teel, then peruse these terrific new essays:
Within an Inch of My Life
Faith Gong (Vermont) reflects on chasing perfection after the grades stop, and in the process reveals a lifelong struggle that is both chilling and inspiring.
Patricia Hopper (West Virginia) takes the reader to her childhood Ireland, complete with sights, smells, sounds, and people.
Connie Kinsey (West Virginia) is haunted by the ghost of a little girl in her elementary school decades ago.
The Space in Between
Susan Krakoff (Ireland) grapples with slivers of memories about her father.
Jeremy Paden (Kentucky) explores the dark fires of doubt, losing faith, and an emerging new concept of…
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