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February 2020

Well, we've kind of got used to it being 2020 now haven't we? I don't think I've typed 2019 by mistake for a couple of weeks now!

So let's carry on as if nothing's happening in the world, and enjoy another super edition of Winamop.

Our dedicated band of contributors has been working hard to bring you some fine stories and poetry this month and I'm very pleased to welcome poet Keith Woodhouse to the fold.

Here we go..

it says "stories"

Andrew Lee-Hart takes us forward in time to a period after something terrible has happened. Things are rather different to today, although the settings are familiar. Read Turmoil (A Story From Troublesome Times).
read this!

 

Kushal Poddar introduced himself with some poems last month, this time he brings us two pieces of flash fiction: Parallels and Fish. Short but sweet (the stories, not the fish).
read this!

 

Adam Kluger. Blake Schnellenberg has had a lot of trouble with Mitzie (Winamop passim) but she's gone - hasn't she? Read The Problem with Mitzie is Resolved and find out.
read this!

 

Simon King loves to get inside the heads of historical figures and today he takes us to the end of medieval theologian Meister Eckhart's life. It's called Eckhart
read this!

 

it says "poems"

KJ Hannah Greenberg has been thinking of dunderdoodles, love and rangolis in poetic form. The poems are: Can I be Rare, Too? - Teenage Infatuation and Of Bandoliers and Boulangeries.
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JD DeHart has a bumper collection of poems for us this time. They were once published in Eye On Life Magazine but we are pleased to give them a new home. They are: Photos at the Graveyard - Standby - Superhero City - Missing Dog Metaphors - Soothsayer - Start Stop - Fargments of the World and Fried Mushrooms.
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Fabrice B. Poussin brings us some lovely poems. They are Hug the Pain - Making Amends - Rebuilding the Thread - The Hearse and Walking to Eternity.
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Keith Woodhouse [BIO] is based in Totnes, Devon, and has many published poems under his belt. He introduces himself to us with Cassandra - Mental Hospital - Moonfelt - Pisces Moon and Profile.
read this!

 

RP Verlaine is also new to Winamop and has five poems for us: Old Dogs At Play - Flux of cycles on hold - Jesse 5 - Cruise Ship Entertainment and Kinder Ballets.
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G David Schwartz is not new to Winamop, he's been with us for many years! This time there are four bite-size fun verses: Scary Movies - Happiness Is A Gift - The Cloud Looked Like A Bunnyand Oh My My.
read this!

 


That's yer lot for now, there'll be more next month.

I already have some new material ready to go into the March edition so it should be another good one.

Do call back in March to find out if it is.

Remember that if you wish to contribute, just click the "Mail us" button at the bottom of the page.

Roll on spring.

Ed.

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