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Well here we are again and it's September already!
It's a bit sparse on the fiction front this time but
thanks to Andrew and KJ Hannah Greenberg we have something for you.
No such deficit in the poetry department though. A
veritable cornucopia of verse. Thanks once more to all our contributors.
Please enjoy this edition.
Lee-Hart. A new art gallery is about to open, but what to call it?
Surely there must be a local artist we can name it after? That might prove to
be quite difficult.. Find out why in Sketch.
Greenberg has a story about Safta's Valise which Safta
brings when she visits. A suitcase might contain many things, what's in this
KJ Hannah Greenberg again brings us
a collection of her digital art. This time it's some photographs striking
Terry Brinkman has a great new
piece of art called White Bison. It's on his art page where you
can see all his other pictures too.
Brinkman has a new poem and three Sonnets for us this time. They
are: Storm Tossed - Sonnet CCCLIII - Sonnet CDXVI and
Grey is welcome back any time. Here we have : A Very Covid
Times Square - Our Burdens - At The Market - No Good and I'm Glad
Sinha-Morey first contributed in 2013 and she's back at last with a
new collection: The Sharp Wind - It's No Surprise and Wren
Cresswell is a fine poet that we don't hear from often enough. I am
pleased to present: Santa Sings The Blues - How To Dedicate A Scholarly
Work - Observation  - Sonnenizio On A Line By Poe and Snog
Bakelas first appeared in this e-zine back in 2019 and has
contributed several times since. Today he brings five haiku: eyes open
slowly - prayer for brokenhearted misanthropes - broken shadow - the haunting
truth and happy birthday.
Greenberg has three new poems for us in this edition. The titles are
Newel - Mulctuary and Desensitized.
Great stuff. I hope to bring you another edition in a
month or so but it's all dependent on my receiving enough material.
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