Lisa Gale Garrigues

Lisa Gale Garrigues

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Lisa Gale Garrigues has traveled through many places in the world as well as throughout the writing spectrum. Her poetry, fiction, essays and journalism have appeared in Nimrod, Southwestern American Literature, elatico.com, Alternet, Indian Country Today, Yes Magazine and other venues. She has received two fiction awards for her story "Dreamspinner," and a Project Censored award in journalism. More of her work can be found at lisagarrigues.blogspot.com and www.lisagarrigues.com.

Contributions by Lisa Gale Garrigues

May 2001 Issue

The Night I Spent With My Grandmother’s Lover

My grandmother who is always smiling spends most of her time with a man in the basement. It is a huge basement, big enough for more than one man, but my grandmother says these days one man is enough for her[...]

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