Susan Barr-Toman

Susan Barr-Toman is the author of the novel When Love Was Clean Underwear. Her work has appeared in Watershed Reviewr.kv.r.y. quarterly literary journal, and the Philadelphia City Paper, among others. For more information, visit www.susanbarrtoman.com.


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Grown-Up Desires

Susan Barr-Toman considers the essays in Andrea Jarrell's "I’m the One Who Got Away."...


Mother’s Milk: On “Lilli de Jong” by Janet Benton
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