The Hours

The Hours

April 12, 2022

The Hours by Michael Levan

Michael Levan's flash nonfiction, Hours
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Michael Levan
Michael Levan has work in recent or forthcoming issues of Laurel Review, The Rupture, Waccamaw, Painted Bride Quarterly, and Arts & Letters. He is an Associate Professor of English and edits and writes reviews for American Microreviews and Interviews. He lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with his wife and their three children.

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