Whoa! Last time, I challenged you, the readers, to rant and rave about the issue. You didn't let me down!
This issue tends to focus on poetry - particularly the prose poem. We feature two examples in addition to an essay defining the differences between the prose poem and microfiction. Robert Hoffman also critiques a new poetry review. Check it out!
Also featured are two fine prose pieces. Mark E. Lacy spins an engaging tale about getting back in touch with nature. New and upcoming author Michael Coleman picks up where Barbara Johnson-Browne left off in the last issue. This time, it's the intricacies of balancing family and work from the male point of view.
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