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 January 1992
Page 1: Recent books by RPCV writers; New feature — The Book Locker, featuring The Soccer War.
Page 2:
Talking with Norm Rush
Page 3: An the nominees are . . .
Page 4: The Wives' Tale — a review; Cable Traffic
Page 5: Writing Competitions; The Literate Geographer — A Quiz; Cable Traffic
Page 6: Desert Tragedy — a poem by Jack E. Cole; The Night Journey — a poem by John Michael Moran; Fayetteville: Another Peace Corps town; Cable Traffic
Page 7: Dear John — letters to the editor; Cable Traffic
Page 8: How to Get an Agent when You Can't Get an Agent — A Writer Writes by Mary-ann Tirone Smith
Page 9: Boston RPCVs plan Peace Corps film festival; cartoon
Page 10: ad

November 1992
Page 1: Recent books by RPCV writers; Stranger than fiction: Barbara's (Zartman) last boondoggle
Page 2: Talking with Joanne Omang
Page 3: Famous 1st lines by Peace Corps writers: Come As you are: The Peace Corps Story
Page 4: A Writer Writes: A West African Postcard by Tom Hebert
Page 6: Incident at Akabal — a review; Cable Traffic
Page 7: A Good, Protected Life — a review; Cable Traffic
Page 8: The Price of Eggs — a review; Reefsong — a review; Cable Traffic
Page 9: Cable Traffic
Page 10: Not just any RPCV — editorial call for qualified Peace Corps director; Cable Traffic
Page 11: Opportunities
Page 12: Resources

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