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Join Shalla Art Free Art Workshop... free snacks...good people...good times <3 "I Have A Dream Workshop" today inside the Stupak Community Center #shallaart #shalla #lasvegas

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Shalla Art Class at Stupak Community Center #shallaart #shalla #art #lasvegas #stupak #community #vivavideo 

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P.S. my art class next week at Stupak Community Center is more a social event. Come have snacks with us, chat, do some art if you like. Please call Sherry or Linda and tell them you're coming (so they'll know how much food needs to be prepared) (702) 229-2488 Thanks!

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James Keane

A Woman’s Face

deserves to be kissed
for all the innocent love
missed. For pale
sadness dressed
with tears, never blessed
by brooding-darkened
years. Beauty burns
a woman’s face to be kissed
before it dissolves in fears, with
barely a trace. Then, when
beauty disappears,
a woman’s face deserves
to be kissed (softly)
again (softly) again
(softly) again until
it returns.

Previously published in the East Coast Literary Review.

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My name is John Kaniecki and this is a cover letter to accompany my poetry. I write poetry for the enjoyment of the art. I believe that a poet must first establish that they can write in rhyme and rhythm and only then move to the more advanced free verse. I have been published by Struggle Magazine, The Blue Collar Review, Burning Books, Jerry Jazz, IWW Newspaper, Protest Poems, Flute, Black Magnolia, Left Curve, She Mom, Whisper, Vox Poetica and others. Though political or moral in nature I write in various forms. My poems have appeared in over fifty outlets.

I have a chapbook of poetry published on Cavalcade of Stars. In addition I have a poetry book entitled "Murmurings of a Mad Man" just out this September.

I have two stories published one in Struggle Magazine and the other in Cavalcade of Stars. I also have a story The Sin of A.D.A.M. published by Witty Bard. Also I have an upcoming book of science fiction stories to be published by Witty Bard.

My chapbook "The Second Coming of Victoria" was a quarter finalist in the Mary Ballard chapbook contest in 2014.

I have been married over nine years to my wife Sylvia. I am a member of the Church of Christ at Chancellor Avenue where I sometimes preach and work on out reach. I worked last as a customer service agent. I am a firm believer in the power of poetry to transform society for the better. The artist I most admire is Woodie Guthrie because he lived what he wrote and what he wrote was wonderful.

I also recently won the Joe Hill Poetry Labor Prize where I read my poem Tea With Joe Hill, in front of a crowd of over six hundred people in Banning Park , Los Angeles .

I currently serve as secretary for Rhyming Poets International and I am a member of the Revolutionary Poet's Brigade.

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Ty Spencer Vossler (MFA) currently lives in Oaxaca, Mexico with his sexy BMW (beautiful Mexican wife) and their daughter. Vossler attributes his creative, original and sensuous writing style to the fact that he shot his television twenty-three years ago.

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Andrew Hogan received his doctorate in development studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before retirement, he was a faculty member at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, where he taught medical ethics, health policy and the social organization of medicine in the College of Human Medicine.

Dr. Hogan published more than five-dozen professional articles on health services research and health policy. He has published forty-six works of fiction in the OASIS Journal (1st Prize, Fiction 2014), Hobo Pancakes, Subtopian Magazine, Twisted Dreams, Thick Jam, Midnight Circus, Grim Corps, Long Story Short, Defenestration, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, The Blue Guitar Magazine, Flash, Stockholm Review of Literature, The Beechwood Review, Short Break Fiction, Cyclamens and Swords, Children, Churches and Daddies, Spank the Carp, Pear Drop, Festival Writer (Pushcart Nominee), Lowestoft Chronicle, Fabula Argentea, Mobius, Thrice, The Lorelei Signal, Fiction on the Web, Sandscript, and the Copperfield Review.

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