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Scattered throughout this issue are photos of women in various states of undress--but there's a wild abandonment and freedom and passion here that has less to do with sex than with pure creative energy. Complimenting the photos are gentle, honest, and intense poems from around the world--I actually read some of them several times through so I could see how the textures worked. Bob Grumman does a short essay on John M. Bennett, which Bennett then illustrates in his unique verbal style. Robert Peters also kicks into high gear with a poem about 1945, his uncle's death, and a love for other men. Well written poems by practiced poets who want to make you think and feel and recognize what their worlds are all about. The pictures aren't bad, either.--Oberc

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #5,
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