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August 2009 in Black Lamb

Volume 7, Number 8 — August 2009

August 1st, 2009

The All Siblings Issue

In this special issue devoted to brothers and sisters, Editor Terry Ross notes that most Black Lamb contributors wrote about their own families, but that no one wrote about aunts and uncles and cousins. In our page 2 feature, Blood feuds, Bud Gardner says it’s easy to forget brotherly and sisterly acts of kindness. In Toys are us, Elizabeth Fournier remembers that she always wanted to play with her older brother’s toys.

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