Towards the Death of Pi

“What a terrible thing it is to botch a farewell. I am a person who believes in form, in the harmony of order. Where we can, we must give things a meaningful shape. For example – I wonder – could you tell my jumbled story in exactly one hundred chapters, not one more, not one less? I’ll tell you, that’s one thing I have about my nickname, the way the number runs on forever. It’s important in life to conclude things properly. Only then can you let go.”
— Yann Martel (author of Life of Pi)

VASTARIEN – A Literary Journal: Fall 2019

Vol. 2, Issue 3
Matt Cardin & Jon Padgett: Co-Editors-in-Chief

My previous reviews of Vastarien:

Work by Charlotte Begg, Jubel Brosseau, John A. Delaughter, P.A. Glazier, Mathhew B. Hare, Sean Patrick Hazlett, Carl Lavoie, Patricia Lillie, Sean Moreland, Annie Neugebauer, Dewan Ognjanović, Joanna Parypinski, Derek Pegritz, Zeny May Dy Recidoro, David F. Shultz, Farah Rose Smith, Dan Stintzi, Daryl Sznyter, Matt Thompson, Robert S. Wilson.

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