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LYNN GREGORY, Author of THE OTHER SIDE OF TAPESTRY, a Novel

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Tell us a bit about yourself—something that we will not find in the official author’s bio? I’ve recently remembered that when I was a college student studying to be...

PETER SCHEPONIK, Author of SEEING, BELIEVING AND OTHER THINGS: POEMS

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Tell us a bit about yourself – something that we will not find in the official author’s bio? I have always been drawn to the natural world. Its mystical,...

SUSAN SWANSON, Author of REBIRTH IN ACADI, a Novel

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Tell us a bit about yourself – something that we will not find in the official author’s bio? I have been hard-of-hearing since birth and recently, at age eighty-four,...

JOHN SWEEDER, Author of UNTHETERED BALLOONS, a Poetry collection

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Tell us a bit about yourself – something that we will not find in the official author’s bio? I grew up in Northeast Philadelphia in a densely populated blue-collar...

DG TURD by William Barrett

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New days ahead and worlds of wonder.Riding on my bike and looking for my plunder.I ride around a lot, and girls have nothing against me.I just never try to get close to...

DANCE DIVINE by Peter W. Yaremko

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OLD YALLER He’s more pink thanyellow. But I couldn’tvery well name himafter a girly colorcould I? In the old dayswhen he was rousedat the mere sight of afrisbee he’d...

VISION WEST by Rachel Cloud Adams

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September as AfterthoughtHarvey Mountain, Columbia County, New York On Harvey Mountain, far north of here,snow is seeping into rock crevicesbordering the path, and lichenis lining the feet of a...

I AWAIT HIS RETURN by Alex Koong

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If there’s one thing I’ve learnedfrom the hours spent staringat the tiny airplane on the edgewhere the sky breaks the rock, It’s that when scenery passesbetween two realities, flashes...

SONG by Januario Esteves

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Song I sing grief with joyNothing about me anymoreThe Charm of MelancholyTo boil how much it ravagesTo the soul the frenzied chancePlace what columbineLaughter that gives grabSearch for lampOr...

MASTERPIECE by Margot Hughes

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Masterpiece “I find bits of scrap metal beneath her bedfrom boys who bury promises in her belly.”—Kristina Haynes Her body was a junkyard: a potpourriof someone...