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Laurie Notch
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
36 pages Saddle-stitched
art, books, Cuba, fiction, India, israel, italy, Japan, libya, literature, mexico, moon, mother's day, poetry, roofing, skydiving, travel, wine, women

Travel is our tantalizing themes this issue. Whether from writers on the hoof or rooted to the ground, we offer up their smorgasbord of true-life tales, fanciful fiction, poignant poetry, and emotional memoirs. Beginning with the terrible and devastating tsunami in Japan to the harrowing true-life escape from Libya to adventurous travels in India, Nepal, Egypt, Italy, Cuba—even Vegas—our writers span the globe. We welcome poems by writers from Israel, India, Mexico, and throughout the USA, expressing their hopes, joys, and respects for Mother Earth on Earth Day as well as mothers and grandmothers on Mother’s Day. We sincerely hope you relish this potluck of prose and poetry that you stay to sample the sweets of future issues. Send comments and submissions to: Be sure to check out our submission guidelines on our website: and look for up-coming special themes. --Laurie Notch, Managing Editor

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