Trachodon 3 features writing by some of today's most vibrant storytellers. In God's TV, a new story by Pacific Northwest Bookseller Award favorite Pete Fromm, a husband stands on the brink of fatherhood and looks into a future that's at once bright and impossible. Heather Clitheroe takes us into the mind of a clinical scientist and reveals a compellingly disordered view of the world. And In The Littlest Goat, Dan Pinkerton offers a portrait of a family man paralyzed by a fear of bridges, and over a homecoming weekend, peels back the layers to expose deeper fears that we all carry. In Printer's Devil, an essay on artisan culture, Ray Scanlon recalls his summer apprenticing in a print shop when moveable type was still the industry standard. A portfolio of mixed-media visual art by Marianne Dages rounds out our third issue.
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