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On the Dial | BELT Mag's Columbus Anthology

Belt is a Cleveland-based online magazine and a small press that focuses on the Rust Belt and Midwest. Recently they have created a series of city anthologies, written by and for Rust Belt communities. 'The Columbus Anthology' is the latest in Belt Publishing's series of city-based anthologies. It will attempt to capture what Columbus is becoming, and to define a distinct cultural presence for Columbus and its citizens.

The Columbus Anthology | Radio Waves

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 31 July, 2017 0 comments |

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