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Davina Bell asks why the current generation of writers is so often accused of navel gazing.

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  • Epigraph: You may be a precious snowflake, but if you can't express your individuality in sterling prose, I don't want to read about it. Young writers will have to swear off navel-gazing in favor of an outward glance onto a wrecked and lovely world worthy and in need of the attention of intelligent, sensitive writers. - Ted Genoways, Mother Jones

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    y separately published work icon Harvest no. 5 Winter Z1725014 2010 periodical issue pg. 2-3, 51
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