Poems by Barry Fogden
The loss of country and identity
Winner of the Norma O. Harrison Award
Flesh and Dust
By George Keithley
"I'm up against it, boys,", the bettor said, walking up. We stood at the wood fence, watching the horses led by to the starting gates. . . "Give me a name or two, will you?" thus, begins the first story of three, by George Keithley, who is exploring the interior legend of a boy's consciousness.
32 pp April, 2002
Globo & Design for a Tablecloth
By George Angel (Prose)
Winner of the Fiction Collective Award.
25 pp 1995
By Peter Phinny
An excerpt from a novella. Fiction
25 pp 1998
Poems from Rainer Maria Rilke's Neue Gedichte
Translated by William Ruleman
These new English translations, a selection of ten poems from Rainer Maria Rilke's Neue Gedichte (1907), attempt to maintain the meter and rhyme scheme of the originals.
This Dark Lake
By Don Barkin (Poetry)
Connemarra Foundation. Author published in Harvard Magazine, New Virginia Review, Mudfish.
25 pp 1997
This Day Must Flow Over Water
By Katrina Van Tassel
Will Hall celebrates seven years of publishing with Katrina Van Tassel's chapbook This Day Must Flow Over Water, three narrative poems radiating from a New England sensibility.
28 pp 2001
This Life, Its Music
By Suzanne Kingsbury(Prose Essay)
Suzanne Kingsbury received a Fulbright Scholarship to Sri Lanka in 1993, where she began writing in Buddhist monasteries and drumming and dancing in small Sinhalese villages. Her first novel has been accepted for publication.
Words for Relocation
By Laurie Anne Whitt
The voices of those who came to America, and of those who were already here meet in this collection of poems by Laurie Anne Whitt, a poet of Choctaw, Sicilian and Swedish descent. Words for Relcation lives in that realm between presence and absence, where "to return is to learn the lyric".
28 pp Winner of the Norma O. Harrison chapbook Award. 2001
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