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Steven Hendricks

Steven Hendricks's work has appeared in The Denver Quarterly, Conjunctions, Fold: The Reader, The Encyclopedia Project (Vol. 2), Sidebrow, and at XPC (archived at PennSound, 2005). He lives in Olympia, WA, with his wife and two children, and teaches writing and book arts at Evergreen State College.  

Chapter 1 from Little Is Left To Tell

out now from Starcherone Books All the children of Mrs. Rabbit had been healthy and happy, their rooms tidy, clothing and toys arranged in their places, sheets pulled snug, waiting to hold their bodies in the night, pillows where they would rest their heads when the clock sang time for bed.

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