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Adele Kenny/Poetry

2 Poems by Adele Kenny   Past the Waterline (After Lake with Dead Trees by Thomas Cole) This could be any day, anywhere—either one of us could be the other, momentary deer where the water ends and the forest begins....

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Young Poets of Oneonta

Prompts and New Voices I n the autumn semester of 2018, in my creative writing course at SUNY Oneonta, my students endeavored to write “thematically linked” poems. We read Adele Kenny’s “A Lightness, A Thirst, or Nothing at...

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Donors & Contributors

Thank you all for your support! 2019 Donors:  Marc Darnell, Christi Moon, Throckmorton Fine Art, Perle Besserman, Anne Whitehouse, Victor Tharp, Paul Sohar, Hiroshi Hayakawa, Lucy Stewart, Steve & Jeanne Mackin, Victor...

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The political rift around Vietnam has not healed since the installation of the Wall in 1982. Many Americans still have not reconciled their faith in the country, which they consider the most powerful in the world, with the fact that the US lost an undeclared war against a small country in Southeast Asia.

The political rift around Vietnam has not healed since the installation of the Wall in 1982. Many Americans still have not reconciled their faith in the country, which they consider the most powerful in the world, with the fact that the US lost an undeclared war against a small country in Southeast Asia.

The American psyche is further tormented by the fact that two Presidents exaggerated and even lied (Gulf of Tonkin) about the circumstances there in order to garner public and Congressional support.

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BOOK REVIEWS

Gabriel: A Poem
by Edward Hirsch

True Love Scars
by Michael Goldberg

Fire Road
by Barbara Siegel Carlson

Life Is Perfect
by Amy Small-McKinney

Uncontested Grounds
by William Conelly

Hidden Dangers: Mexico on the Brink of Disaster
by Robert Joe Stout

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