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Sneak Peek at the Spring Issue

Sneak Peek at the Spring Issue
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The way I ran the class, one writer read his/her story each week. When Thom read, I glanced around the room and everyone had tears in their eyes. His true tale of looking for his birth mother showed that artistry definitely transfers from paint to a computer. The story is in Yankee, called “Baby Boy #3331,” and I think you, too, will be touched by its grace and honesty.

See you next week.

Mel Allen is editor of Yankee Magazine and author of A Coach’s Letter to His Son.

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