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May 2024

Once again I've dillied and dallied until almost the end of the month, but it does mean that this is a truly massive edition!

What a whopper.

Before we get going, a couple of notices: KJ Hannah Greenberg has a new book out called "Word Magpie" and it's available in paperback from Amazon.

Also with a new book, this time it's an e-book, is Martin Green whose "Potpourri VI" is available on Amazon.

Let's get started with the new edition in which I welcome two new contributors; Chelsea Allen with a great story, and Richard LeDue with some super poems. It's good to have you both on board.

Here we go.

 

it says "stories"

Andrew Lee-Hart's story is about a love affair lasting Twenty Years. Does it end happily ever-after? Well it does happen to be an extra-marital affair...
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Chelsea Allen. It's good to be able to welcome this talented writer to Winamop. It's a poignant story of a friendship lost. The title is Smoke Trails.
read this!

 

Terry Brinkman has been highly productive this month and we start with three short stories from him. The first is about the recent "Northern Lights", then we have Deer Creek and Curiosity Always Gets the Cat in Trouble.
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KJ Hannah Greenberg has a story about a house pet. The pet is getting old and isn't as much fun as it used to be. What's the best thing to do? It's called Adopted.
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Martin Green. When an old guy finds himself alone after a life-long relationship how does he come to terms with his new situation. Well, there's a routine for the day, but at night.. Night was the Worst Time.
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Simon King takes a new foray into the life of a notable figure from the past. This time it's the composer Bela Bartok. Who, it turns out, was an early adopter of some cutting-edge technology.
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it says "ART"

KJ Hannah Greenberg again brings us a collection of her photographic art. This time it's striking pictures of plants and landscapes.
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Terry Brinkman has a great new piece of art called Red Cranes. It's on his art page where you can see all his other pictures too.
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it says "poems"

John Grey presents his first for us this year and they are great! Here we have: The Viper Within - Four Lights - It's Me, Kinda - What Gives? and Widower.
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Terry Brinkman has a single poem for us this time. It's about an unfortunate occurrence some of us have experienced. Blood on My Shirt is the title.
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KJ Hannah Greenberg. In addition to the art and the story above we are treated to these three poems: Obnubilation - The Ethical Aspect of Interchanges and Signifying in Tough Circumstances.
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Richard LeDue is new to Winamop and it's good to be able to welcome him aboard with these excellent poems: A Staring Contest With the Dark - Death for $50 a Jug - Dying on My Feet - Hoping For a Crash Landing and The whisky helps.
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Pavel Markiewicz Returns with two new poems which are loosely connected by sheep. The quire of the sheep - Poetry from the shepherd boy.
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I hope you found something you liked and that you will return in a month's time to see if anything has happened.

Hopefully it will have!

If you feel you have something to contribute to the site - stories, poems art or music - please do so and together we'll keep Winamop going. The email button is at the bottom of this page.

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Ed.

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