Tag Archives: Lynn Houston

2018: A Year in Poetry

. 2018: A Year in Poetry By Chase Dimock   In 2018, As It Ought To Be proudly to featured astounding work by many brilliant poets. As the Managing Editor, I can say that my favorite part of the job … Continue reading

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At the Harbor Lights Motel After You Return

At the Harbor Lights Motel After You Return By Lynn Houston . In August 2016, while at a writing residency, I met a man who was already supposed to have deployed with his National Guard unit. We were given the … Continue reading

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You Leave and I Can’t Sleep

  You Leave and I Can’t Sleep By Lynn Houston . In August 2016, while at a writing residency, I met a man who was already supposed to have deployed with his National Guard unit. We were given the gift … Continue reading

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On the Farm, Before You Leave for Afghanistan

. On the Farm, Before You Leave for Afghanistan By Lynn Houston   In August 2016, while at a writing residency, I met a man who was already supposed to have deployed with his National Guard unit. We were given … Continue reading

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