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Posts Tagged ‘Selma Sergent’

OCTOBER SHORT STORIES

In this issue Selma Sergent and Marita C. Masuch  will take you for a fascinating trek down a path that is both a spiritual and intellectual journey to two very different realities.

NOVEMBER BOOK REVIEW

                          By Selma Sergent   MELANCHOLIA (an Essay) by Kristina Marie Darling is a collection of poems one might snatch from dreams. Darling creates a fragile, delicate world that is ethereal, otherworldly, beautiful, wistful, and full of longing, all securely wrapped in a […]

SEPTEMBER BOOK REVIEW

                        By Selma Sergent   Barbara Lambert is a Canadian writer. She has won the Danuta Gleed Award for Best First Collection of Short Fiction and the Malahat Review Novella Prize, and been a finalist for the Ethel Wilson Prize and the Journey Prize. […]

JANUARY BOOK REVIEW

                            By Selma Sergent    Quarto Barto is from Cincinnati, Ohio. A Tuck Magazine contributor, he is self-described as: ‘The great grandson of Vaudevillian performers, he writes poetry and prose with an American flair. Quarto has travelled extensively and draws influence from […]

JUNE EDITORIAL

Gay, straight, bisexual, transgender, black, white, oriental, Christian, Jew, Muslim, Atheist…