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Special in May —

    In “A Writer Writes,” Douglas Wells (Estonia 1992–96) shares the fantastic tale of his Peace Corps experience in “The Christmas Bell.”

    In “A letter from . . . ” RPCV Errin Byrd, who served in Mali tells of her work with a women’s group.

    The Ancient History (of the Peace Corps) lesson this time is a test.

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

Talking with . . .
Guest interviewer Bird Cupps (Kenya 1987–89) talks with Peter Chilson about his book Riding the Demon: On the Road in West Africa.

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

Across African Sand by by Phil Deutschle (Nepal 1977–80) reviewed by Joe Kovacs (Sri Lanka 1997–98)

So, You Want to Join the Peace Corps by Dillon Banerjee (Cameroon 1994–1996) reviewed by Paige Risser (Paraguay 1996–98)

The Stations of Still Creek by Barbara J. Scot (Nepal 1990–92) reviewed by Susan Hundt Bergan (Ethiopia 1965–67)

For the writers among you: Terms a Writer Should Know


Publishing Alternatives: Non-traditional ways of being published.

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