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Looking for our famous Bibliography of Peace Corps Writers? Go to Resources to find it and other helpful information.
Special in March —

    John Coyne writes of the most famous Peace Corps writer and how the Peace Corps influenced his writing in Living on the Edge: Paul Theroux.

    And new to in this issue is “A letter from . . . ” and this one is from Eric Friedman in Bulgaria.

Literary Type
Literary Type has news of writers, books, the Peace Corps and more.

Talking with . . .
Interviewed in this issue is much published writer of children’s books, Cristina Kessler.

Recent books by Peace Corps writers
Ten new books are listed.

Icy Sparks by Gwyn Hyman Rubio (Costa Rica 1971–73) reviewed by Joe Kovacs (Sri Lanka 1997-98).

Over the Hill in Hungary by Virginia White (Hungary 1992–94) reviewed by Don Beil (Somalia 1964–66).

Alamo Heights by Scott Zesch (Kenya 1982–84) reviewed by Tony Zurlo (Nigeria 1964–66).

Travel Right
     Tall and tan
     and young, and lovely . . .

Go to Ipanema with Alan Ryan

How to write a novel in 100 days or less
The final installment of “How to Write a Novel in 100 Days or Less.” There’s no more excuses now.
   You can start at the beginning — or you can go to Day 91 to complete your efforts.

Friendly Agents and Publishers
We’ve changed the name a bit for this department because this month we have added a friendly publisher.

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