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Breaking Mennonite; Living in the City

We have here an issue of city experience explored in prose, poetry, and visual images. David Bergen treats us to a sneak preview from his new novel Leaving Tomorrow, set in Paris, and Patrick Friesen remembers his trip from Steinbach to Winnipeg, which is, to paraphrase poetry editor Di Brandt, “40 miles and 400 years away.”

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HELP THE MENNONITE LITERARY SOCIETY REFRESH RHUBARB TODAY!

By Victor Enns

This year our annual appeal focuses on donations, as Rhubarb put everything it had into our three 64 page perfect bound issues last year. Donations and subscriptions provide the majority of our support to keep publishing the finest Mennonite writing and art.

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Rhubarb long poem wins Maggie!

By Victor Enns

Congratulations to Abigail Carl-Klassen, who won the Maggie award (Manitoba magazines) for best poem or sequence of poems for The Wandering Heart of Cornelius Klassen: Mennonite Cowboy.