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April 15, 2017 Originally published on The BeZine website, this issue was produced and introduced by Contributing Editor, Michael Dickel (Fragmentarily/Meta-Phore(e) Play). Much thanks to Michael for his work on this stellar poetry issue, which as he said turned out to be – in effect – an anthology. The last hours before putting out the Zine always end up to be an overnight effort. There is some work that can’t be done until… Read More

California ~ a tapestry stitched from flaxen hills and turquoise seas threaded with the twists and turns of fault lines and of mad rivers rich in jumping salmon caught by bears at home in redwood forests the citrus groves are shot with yellow and orange the geometry of vineyards neatly graphed © 2017, Jamie Dedes We continue with the current recommended read: On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century by Timothy Snyder. Left,… Read More