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FALL 2020

This demented year continues, spurred on by both political parties in their search, apparently, for some kind of Walpurgisnacht, where the nation is delivered from a variety of plagues, snakes, and devils.  We used to practice politics at this time of year, at least for a time.   

Fall 2020 postings include an essay on verse by Joseph S. Salemi and a review by Robert Darling.  In Poetry, we have poems by C.B. Anderson, Bruce Bennett, Susan Jarvis Bryant, Sally Cook, Robert Darling, Steven Duplij, E.S. Frese, jr., Claudia Gary, Suzanne Noguere, Carolyn Raphael, Joseph S. Salemi, Charles Southerland, Frederick Turner, and the Webmaster. 

Poetry:  Select to see current and past postings.

Essays:  Dr. Salemi on not being earnest.

Reviews:  Review of Joseph Harrison's Sometimes I Dream I am not Walt Whitman

Archives:  Divided into two sections, New and Old.   

Online Prosody As of now this will remain in the Old archives until editing and rewrite are complete. 


As noted on the original announcement, contributions will be by assignment, as we do not have the resources to manage online submissions.