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April 2021

Welcome to the slightly delayed April issue of Winamop.

As you can see below we have copious quantities of poetry and some art but I was waiting for another story to arrive, I like to have three or four stories in an issue. Thanks to Alex for stepping in to provide that extra tale.

The quantity of fiction may be low but the quality is excellent!

Before we get underway I have some parish notices to tell you about..

Arthur L Wood is a new contributor this month (see the poems below) and he'd like to let everyone know that his new book 'Poems for Susan' is available via his web-site: Poetry From The Shires. Welcome Arthur!

Also proudly announcing a new publication is Mark Anthony Pearce who's latest book "Wheelchair Tony" is now available at Between Shadows Press.

Notices read? Then here we go!

 

it says "stories"

Andrew Lee-Hart's beautifully constructed story The Colour of My Heart, tells of a relationship which starts well, but then something changes.
read this!

 

Yash Seyedbagheri is back. There's A Party going on upstairs and Yash hasn't been invited. It wasn't always that way..
read this!

 

Alex Wyte doesn't often contribute but he can always be relied upon to help out when we're short-handed. He has a Can Do attitude!
read this!

 


it says "ART"

KJ Hannah Greenberg has some charming images for you. We have Crazy Daisy - Blossoms of Spring - Purple Cat 2 - Those Intricate Pastle Patterns and Today is Forever Tomorrow's Yesterday.
read this!

 

Terry Brinkman adds another art-work to his collection. This one is a called Road to Camp and you can see all ten of them on the same page.
read this!

 

it says "poems"

Arthur L Wood is new to Winamop [BIO] and introduces himself with this fine collection of poems: Tourist - Macavity the Cat Part II - An Early Encounter with a Spirit and A Sonnet on Time
read this!

 

Gary Beck has been with us many times; he is a prolific poet with many published works. Here we have excerpts from "Double Envelopment": Alien Relations - Spam - Shackles of Oppression - The Lost and Lower Learning
read this!

 

George Gad Economou makes very good poems and he has presented us with six of the best: early mornings - attending classes - the small cage - staring at the abyss of gods - a box of tea and a reason to drink.
read this!

 

John Sweet [BIO] returns to Winamop with a new collection of poetry and I get the impression that he's not happy about the state of the world. Read the obvious fear - still - uncrowned king - the burning gift - poem like a dream held up to a mirror and other thoughts in the age of ruin.
read this!

 

KJ Hannah Greenberg's poetry is becoming harder edged. We have Protecting Your Yahoo - That Klaxon Sound on Yom HaShoah and Long Ago, on a Halfway Hill. "Yom HaShoah" is Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel, which was on April 7th and 8th this year.
read this!

 

Super stuff.

Remember that if you wish to contribute, particularly if you can craft a short story, just click the "Mail us" button at the bottom of the page.

Until we meet again, I am as always

Ed.

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Something you missed? Catch up on previous editions by clicking this word. They are all there, right back to 2003.

 

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Winamop was conceived on a whim, is run on a shoestring, ignored by the many, loved by the few and has continued unabashed since 2003.

All human life is here, experienced people, skilled writers and rank amateurs, sometimes they hit the mark, sometimes they belly-flop (sometimes they mix their metaphors). You pick up the pieces and make of them what you will. Find out about us here and about the site here.The contributor's guidelines are here and the e-mail button is below.

We hope to continue to maintain a showcase for new writing which will grow as you, dear readers, augment the efforts of the in-house team. We have over 800 unique pages so far but, quite frankly, we need more...

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