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Issue 09: Fall 1999

Welcome to The Bark’s second annual literature issue, bringing you—The Dogerati —a collection of works by writers and artists in exploration of the miraculous relationship between humans and dogs.
Our new format has won your praise, so we’ve expanded it by a whopping sixteen pages You’ll also see a more diversified advertising “portfolio,” with Los Angeles and New York coming aboard. We hope to add other cities in the near future—today the coasts, tomorrow the world! Let us know what interest you.

In This Issue:
FEATURE

Interview with Janeane Garofalo Modern woman has it all, including dog duty.
Wolf Hybrids by Sophia Yin
Interview with Dr. Nicholas Dodman Does your dog have low self-esteem?
Interview with Dr. Martin Goldstein A holistic vet shares his thoughts on your dog’s diet.
Park R&D: Building a Dog Park of your own by Claudia Kawczynska
Interview with Jane Goodall Goodall talks about her favorite animals

SPECIAL FEATURE
Dog Lit 101: Dr. Dog

EXCERPTS
J.R. Ackerly, James Thurber, Rick Bass, Carol Lea Benjamin, Willie Morris and Eugene O’Neill.

PLUS
Kibble, Lynda Barry, Cats we Love, Ian Shoales, Cynthia Heimel, book reviews, and more.

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More in 2005 & Earlier:
Issue 12: Summer 2000
Issue 02: Spring 1997
Issue 25: Winter 2003
Issue 18: Spring 2002
Issue 06: Fall 1998
Issue 29: Winter 2004
Issue 22: Spring 2003
Issue 14: Spring 2001
Issue 10: Winter 2000