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Breath and Shadow
Volume 11, Number 2
April is National Poetry Month, and in this issue we feature excellent
pieces from Abigail Astor, Allegra Keys, Lori-Ann Tessier and Bruce Ario. There is also compelling fiction by Raymond Luczak, Susan M.
Silver and Day Al-Mohamed. Essays by Michael Lockwood and Patti Rutka
round out this exciting issue. So go hug a poet, and happy reading.
As part of a new initiative, poets are invited to submit audio/video
clips of their performance pieces (in addition to the text) if they
wish. It's not mandatory, but we hope that adding this new dimension
will help open up the world of poetry to more of our readers. Visit
our guidelines page for details.
Our editors hope you enjoy this issue of Breath and Shadow. Please
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Chris Kuell, Editor in Chief
Assistant Editors: Abby Astor, Dorothy Baker, Anne Chiapetta, Linda
Cronin, Tricia Owsley and Suzanne Westhaver
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