Publisher's Notes

Bosché, Phoebe
December 2007
Raven Chronicles;2007/2008, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p65
An introduction is presented in which the editor tackles various topics within the issue including what it meant to be a citizen in a book by Dale Peterson and Jane Goodall, Elizabeth Myhr's selection of poetry, and Craig Van Riper's insightful poetic translations.


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