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October 24
Current Issue
Fall 2019

Arc 90 is filled with work exploring every facet of labour and livelihood. From Tom Wayman's essay on "work writing," to Amber Dawn's long poem about sex work, to an interview between John Elizabeth Stintzi and Joelle Barron on their multiple responsibilities as writers/community builders/family members, this issue probes the center of so many of our lives: work.

 

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