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SHJ Issue 7
Spring 2013

A Song of Innocence
[Excerpt + Review + Interview and More]

by Greg Herriges

• In this issue of SHJ (Spring 2013), we are pleased to feature:

Chapter Four from the novel, which our Founding Editor calls “hauntingly unforgettable”

• Also in this issue:

A full-length review by Duff Brenna
An interview by Derek Alger


And More...

Harper College: Longtime Professor Releases Latest Novel

The story that inspired A Song of Innocence


In 1973, musicians Greg Herriges and Rick Vittenson formed this band. Their recordings are being made available for the first time from Guerssen Records. The CD will be released in June 2013 in the U.S. and is already available in Europe. Samples from the CD appear at the GR website.

Greg spends a day with Kurt Vonnegut (Issue 28: Winter 2012)

TC Boyle: The Art of the Story

A film written and directed by Herriges
“...we have been born here to witness and celebrate. We wonder at our purpose for living. Our purpose
is to perceive the fantastic. Why have a universe if there is no audience?” — Ray Bradbury