Plain China, Bennington College

plain china issue 3 review by dana diehl (susquehanna university ’12) and colin o’donnell (susquehanna university ’15) In an abandoned mine town, underground fires warm the earth and leave holes the size of sandboxes in basements. At a KFC, a man with spider webs inked into his elbows begs for money. In southern Delaware, lost seagulls fly over sandy fields as flood waters recede. These are the settings and characters created by some of today’s most talented young writers, and they make up a world that is captured elegantly and evocatively in the third issue of the online national literary anthology, Plain China. The editors of Plain China describe their mission as the formation of a “collec

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