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Assaracus Issue 02: A Journal of Gay Poetry

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Magazine. Poetry. LGBT Studies. ASSARACUS is a quarterly journal of gay poetry, features a substantial collection of work by ten gay poets. ISSUE 02 features poetry by Philip F. Clark, Collin Kelley, Michael Klein, Ron Mohring, Evan J. Peterson, Steven Riel, Sam Sax, Robert Siek, Christopher Soden, and Wonder Dave. Edited by poet Bryan Borland, author of the American Libra ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Sibling Rivalry Press
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ASSARACUS ISSUE 2 not only continues to publish fine poetry by gifted poets, but it seems to be growing into its image: the cover art for this second issue, titled after the earthbound brother of Ganymede, is 'Fallen Angel', a superb drawing by Michael Moran that sets the story in motion; under the title 'Submit to Assaracus' in the back founder/editor Bryan Borland defines the mission - 'The mission of Siblig Rivalry Press is to develp, publish, and promote ou
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