Congratulations to Shannon Ward for her new article featured in Truthout, I’ve Seen Firsthand the Hearbreak of ICE Detention. This Must End. Read and share her amazing account of her visit to Stewart Detention Center in Georgia and her efforts to help those in need.
Link: I’ve Seen Firsthand the Heartbreak of ICE Detention. This Must End.
Shannon was a previous contributor to Superstition Review. View her past SR contribution from Issue 8: Two Poems by Shannon Ward
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3 thoughts on “Contributor Update, Shannon Ward”
Thank you for giving readers the opportunity to get a glimpse of this system, and to hear about Ward’s work with this family. Hopefully Carlos can be reunited with them soon.
This story is both heartbreaking and thought-provoking. It is amazing to see authors use their gifts to try and change the world around them for the better. I am grateful for these updates in order to stay connected to the talented authors who have already contributed to this magazine. It is interesting to see how her work in Superstition Review compares to her newer pieces. Thank you for the update.
Congratulations, Shannon! Your work is beautiful and gut-wrenching all at the same time. It’s so important to have amazing people like you being willing to go out into the most tragic corners of the world in order to get the truth out. You are amazing!
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