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After five years of publication, the editors of Halfway Down the Stairs have many favorites among the literature we have published. For our readers’ interest and for the use of potential authors, we have compiled a list of those pieces of writing which we have been most proud to include in the e-zine. Thanks go to our former poetry editor, Francesca Leung, for her contribution.

MARCH 2006, WANDERLUST

Night Shift, by Vicki Northern | poetry

SEPTEMBER 2006, KALEIDOSCOPE

Red Day, by Kathryn Magendie | fiction

SEPTEMBER 2007, NOTES

Things to Do, by Leah Browning | poetry

MARCH 2008, DREAM & MEMORY

Goldfish Memory, by Nancy Boutin | nonfiction
Tír na nÓg, by Wm. Anthony Connolly | nonfiction
Theory, by Jon Ballard | fiction

SEPTEMBER 2008, BON APPÉTIT!

Journey, by Gary Beck | poetry
How to Crack an Egg, by Christi Krug | nonfiction
Rope, by Gary Beck | poetry

MARCH 2009, TWISTS OF FATE

Jenny’s Secret, by Mimi Rosen | fiction
Peripheral Vision, by Carmelinda Blagg | fiction
sun-peel, by David McLean | poetry
The Tread of Angels, by John Grey | poetry
Vacancy, by Donna M. Marbach | poetry

SEPTEMBER 2009, LOST & FOUND

Gone Fishing, by Joan Pedzich | fiction
Three Pieces, by Kate Maruyama| fiction

MARCH 2010, BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

Fomalhaut, by Andrew M. Bowen | poetry
High-rise Dogma, by Alan Gann | poetry
More Than Gone, by Ethel Rohan | fiction
Least Broken, Soonest Mended, by Leslie Haynsworth | fiction

JUNE 2010, THE OUTSIDER

Contract for a Slice of Uruguay, by Jack Frey | fiction
Man of the World, by Barry Jay Kaplan | fiction
Origami, by Chloe N. Clark | poetry

SEPTEMBER 2010, BEGINNINGS & ENDS

Sounds and Fury, by Catherine Underhill Fitzpatrick | nonfiction
Horse in my Hand, by Margaret Walther | poetry
Ashes, by Jennifer Marie Brissett | fiction
A Permanent Resident, by Mindy Hung | fiction

DECEMBER 2010, SILENCE

At Least Look Out of the Living Room Mirror and Smile or Even Snarl at Me, by Margaret R. Hemme | poetry

Selected by Carrie Bachler, Stacy Brazalovich, Francesca Leung and Alison Stedman.

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