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Justin Lowe
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Poet, novelist
Poet, novelist

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New Poetry by Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal
A Better Catch The seventy-year-old house has its charm, well, it doesn’t. It is the only house I know where I can find my space. I have no idea how long I will remain here. I surmise forever. It’s hard to meet someone.  It is far from confounding.  I know ...
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New Poetry by Laurinda Lind
En Plein Air I've taken my class outside so they can write paragraphs about any damn thing instead of staying squeezed between walls which they will do soon enough once snow starts. Up north here when the freeze falls we don't  get up from under it for week...
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New Poetry by Peter Donnelly
Slip Rates I Big economy of mind and spirit. The world economy's figurations bottom Out of themselves; The ripple-effects in the markets Undulate Through display units; Exchange rates  Slip like tectonic plates.  II Forecast In the oracular opening in Green...
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New Poetry by Linda Stevenson
More About the War Years 1.  Black Swans irritation/nothing disastrous only lies and offal/sandpapers worry to death/scratching/ pat all smooth to a swansdown/song ( I’ve studied worse contraptions ) my bed crashed lopsided more than once/ accidents on purp...
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New Poetry by Angelene Karas
Hyperion’s arms Old myths have dominion over life choices. darkness can be overcome with the stealth of light  but healing forces abandon me. cascading from the darkness of the past. I fall into Hyperion’s arms reciting an incantation for another God. Charo...
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New Images by Wayne H. W Wolfson
- Wayne H. W Wolfson 2018 - Wayne H. W Wolfson 2018
New Images by Wayne H. W Wolfson
New Images by Wayne H. W Wolfson
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Vale Ramon Loyola
Ramon Loyola, 1967-2018 It is with a heavy heart that Bluepepper must report the passing of Ramon Loyola, poet and editor, of a brain aneurysm earlier in the week. Ramon was not only a talented poet and a conscientious editor, but a kind and generous man wh...
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New Poetry by James Walton
Do whales think in blue Then I touched the wetted skin fletching thoughts the pod’s skittish deference a line of sight If I’d said I loved you there where ancient sands kissed at my toes like keys through ribbon to paper Or the taste of shortbread a slow me...
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New Fiction by Abigail George
Girl from Mars, or Postcards from far away I stare at him from my desk. He wears thin shirts. He’s unmarried. He’s published a book for schoolchildren. All of these notes of information I store them up as I come to learn of them through rumours and schoolgi...
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New Poetry by David Ades
The Reaper The Reaper resents always being described as grim though he keeps his resentment to himself.  Who would he tell?  He knows it is just one misrepresentation among many and of lesser consequence than most. He considers himself more the embodiment o...
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