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#36, Summer 1991

PO Box 100
Riparius NY, 12862

30 pp., $2.90

Poetry, prose, reviews, haikus, social commentary, and black and white fantasy art encapsulated into a pro-nature, pro-animal format, utilizing a selfproclaimed unconventional attitude in their editorial policy. One example of this unconventional policy appears to be a short story which is "concluded in the next issue." While this transition of a short story from one issue to another can be accomplished smoothly, in this case it is abrupt and disturbing. Some of the rhymes seem forced, but the free verse and prose are flexible and lucid. Don't expect scintillation, or even liberation. However, a celebration of life exists here, a small celebration but a celebration none-the-less. lt is obvious these people are headed in the right direction and with a little support they might make it.--R.R. Lee Etzwiler

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #2,
Copyright Burning Press 1993, 1995.

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