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Painted Bride Quarterly: Print Annual 1

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Themes: Issue 65: International and Issue 67: Film
Poetry by: Nick Flynn, Major Jackson, Yusef Komunyakaa, Daniel Nester, Simon Perchik, Sean Singer, Joe Wenderoth, Regie Cabico, Denise Duhamel, Bob Holman, Ada Limón, Ross Martin, Ruth Stone, David Trinidad, Charles Harper Webb
Fiction showcasing: Jennifer Swender, Rita Welty Bourke, Jo-Anne M. Watts
Interviews featuring: Ma
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Shannon McGee
Sep 08, 2011 Shannon McGee rated it really liked it
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Most of the poetry in this edition I don’t feel I really grasped the sense of what the author was trying to bring across but the few gems I did really stood out. Poetry about the meaning of being in this world by Katrine Marie Gulager. The somewhat humorous poem “Male Gorillas” by Ruth Stone. Humor and poetry are something I am never sure about. I think the author means it to be funny and I like that because it seems different with poetry and there were a few poems like that. Including one made ...more
Nov 06, 2010 Jordan rated it it was amazing
Painted Bride Quarterly is a great literary magazine!
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