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September 8 2007 Literary Fiction Newsletter

Hello Literary Fiction Readers,

Hard to believe summer is over. Especially with the hot and humid weather we are still getting here. Read anything 'cool' over the summer? Stop by the forum and let us know. In the mean time...

Here are the latest articles from the Literary Fiction site at

* First Book *

First Book claims there is a literary crisis in the United States. One of the main reasons for this is the lack of variety of literary resources available for young readers and the lack of funding to do anything about it. Since 1992

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* Review - Pomegranate Soup *

The year is 1986 and the Aminpour sisters, Marjan, Bahar and Layla have traveled from their birth home, Tehran, Iran (via Lewishan, London) to the small village of Ballinacroagh, Ireland. The home they have left behind was at the height of revolution and unsafe for three parentless young women. They escaped with their wits, a few possessions and memorabilia, and a few bruises (inside and out).

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M. E. Wood, Literary Fiction Editor

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