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July 2019

It was fifty years ago that man, well two men, walked on the moon. In fact they jumped about a bit too I seem to remember. It's all to do with the lower gravity up there.

We only deal with the gravest gravity here at Winamop, everything is deadly serious.. apart from the things that aren't of course, which - come to think of it - is quite a lot of it!

May I draw your attention to some new product out there by our contributors? KJ Hannah Greenberg's newest volume of poetry, The Wife/Mom, has just been launched by Seashell Books and Martin Green's latest compilation of short stories called Potpourri II, Stories, Observations & Essays is out in a Kindle edition.

So now you know. Enough of my waffling, let's get into the new edition, it's packed with good stuff.


it says "stories"

Aubrey Malone. Back in 1969, exactly fifty years ago, a young man was about to leave rural County Mayo for a new life in Dublin. Meanwhile on the moon the Eagle had landed. Read A Small Step.
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M. E. Neiberg is just starting out on her writing career, so obviously she's new to Winamop! This story is about caves - well, it features some caves - but really it's about longing. See what you think in An Unexpected Find.
read this!

 

Martin Green visits an Independence Day barbecue in this story. There are always new people to meet and new opinions to take on board at this kind of event aren't there? (Don't forget Martin's new book on Amazon.)
read this!

 

Sunita Thind has been a model, a primary and secondary school teacher and a make up artist, [BIO] but now has found time to devote to writing. Here is her first piece for us called The Island of Death Behind  ‘Pulau Blakang’ (Malay).
read this!

 

Simon King looks into the lives of famous characters and imagines a pivotal day. This time it's chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer in his hotel on the day before his match against Boris Spassky.
read this!

 

it says "poems"

KJ Hannah Greenberg returns to poetry and her word-smithery ranges over sadness, conflict and romances. The stuff of poetry.. Read Lacrimation - Foodstuffs of the Heart and Kowtowing to Social Fads: A Tragic Romance.
read this!

 

Jack Henry has been a long time away, about ten years.. but he's back now with three new poems: Mayakovsky - relapse and a call to prayers. Don't make it so long next time Jack!
read this!

 

Bruce J. Berger was last with us in March with his Prose poem in Three Parts which you might like to catch up on. This time he brings us a hard-hitting poem called On the Border. Donald won't like it..
read this!

 


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That's all for this month. I'm pleased with that collection, I'm sure you will have found something to enjoy and I hope you'll be back for more.

If you wish to contribute, use the "Mail us" button at the bottom of the page.

Until we meet again.

Ta ta.

Ed

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