Leslie Perri, “Space Episode”
Ruthanna Boris, “I Remember Balanchine”
Mark Twain, “Is He Living or Is He Dead?”
Henry Ward Beecher, “Apple-Pie”
Edith Wharton, “The Mission of Jane”
Harry S. Truman, “Waiting for the Armistice”
F. Marion Crawford, “For the Blood Is the Life”
Katherine Dunham, “Thesis Turned Broadway”
Ambrose Bierce, “Moxon’s Master”
Kate Wilhelm, “Baby, You Were Great”
Ashby Williams, “I Am Not Dead”
F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Benediction”
George Strock and Life magazine, “Three Americans”
Mary Antin, “My Country”
Ulysses S. Grant, “Letters from Matamoros”
Alice Eleanor Jones, “Created He Them”
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