Volume 4 Fall '08

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Virginia Bates: I Have a Love Affair With the World

Ed Coletti: This Barrell of Oil Addresses an American Slave

Erik Estabrook: Sacred River

Michael Hart: the sky is falling

Persis M. Karim: Dawn on the Fall Equinox

Pilar C. Niebla: My First Mentor

Jennie Orvino: Breakfast with Buddha

Sherry Weaver Smith: Salvage: "Aid Worker Report," Tondo, Manila,
the Philippines, 1995

Jane Stuart: Perfume

Peter Vetrano's student from Benjamin Franklin High School in Los Angeles, California

Anthony Russell White: The First Day of a New Era

 How You Can Be Published:

There are several ways. You can also send in poetry or short prose of your own to be considered for IN OUR OWN WORDS, our ezine. We also recommend looking at the Classifieds in Poets and Writers Magazine, visiting our Calls for Submission Page, or entering a contest, similar to our annual "Burning Bush Poetry Prize". Only entries that include a SASE (self addressed stamped envelope) will be returned, so be sure to include this with your work. See our editorial philosphy.

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