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    Plough Quarterly No. 8: Who Is My Neighbor?

    Spring 2016

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    Plough Quarterly Issue 8 Who Is My Neighbor

    About This Issue

    This issue explores what it means to be a good neighbor – to a homeless person, an immigrant, a veteran, a criminal, or even to an enemy in a time of war.

    Cover art: Kevin 51, by Neil Shigley. The artist describes asking Kevin, a homeless man in San Diego, for permission to make his portrait: “I met Kevin near the railroad tracks where there were no businesses and few people. He looked very alone. He pointed to his hospital wristband – perhaps to tell me he was mentally ill. He looked tough and mean from a distance, but up close he seemed the opposite.”

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    About Plough Quarterly

    Plough is an award-winning international magazine of stories, ideas, and culture that appears weekly online and quarterly in print. We also publish a line of books, including literary nonfiction, fiction, and graphic novels. Founded in 1920, Plough asks the big questions: How can we live well together, and what gives life meaning and purpose in a complex world?