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Editor
Cherice Bock
Email
wholeterrain@antioch.edu
Address
Whole Terrain
Antioch University New England, 40 Avon Street
Keene, NH 03431-3552
US
Established
2001
Circulation
15,000 monthly readers

Website
www.antiochne.edu
Submission Guidelines
Read at 'Whole Terrain'

Accepts
Artwork, Creative Nonfiction, Essay, Fiction, and Poetry

Submission Guidelines

The simple act of making bread, from sifting to baking, can evoke a flood of memories, anticipation, and reflection. We anticipate the smell of warm bread that will waft through the home, perhaps alongside a bowl of homemade soup and freshly harvested salad makings, or mingling with other scents and sounds that signify a family holiday tradition. We recall the simple sharing of bread as examples of hospitality and welcome. In many cultures, breaking bread together is a sign of reconciliation,...