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from east to west: bicoastal verse (print edition #1)

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A lively selection from three years of featured poets at the journal "from east to west: bicoastal verse" including Jack Anders, Coleen Shin, John Sweet, April Ossmann, James Lineberger, Jalina Mhyana, Tara Birch, Terry Lucas, PJ Nights, Tammy Trendle, Valentina Bonnaire, Dorothy D. Mienko, AnnMarie Eldon, Chris Crittenden, Kerri Rochelle, Tasha Klein, Wendy Howe, Jill Chan, Jennifer VanBuren, Craig Kirchner, Jenni Russell, Edward J. O’Brien, Cherilyn Ferroggario, Paul Adrian Mabelis, Gary Lawless, Christine Kiefer, Neil C. Leach, Jr., Graeme Mullen, Sarah Wilson, Ray Sweatman, Tom Blessing, Yolanda Calderon-Horn, and George Wallace.
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  • By prystigickend
    Jun 20, 2009
    "from east to west: bicoastal verse (print edition #1)" Editors PJ Nights and Ray Sweatman have produced a fine, broad-spectrum anthology. AnnMarie Eldon, Coleen Shin and Tammy Trendle are revelations.
  • By yoly_c
    Feb 15, 2008
    "from east to west: biocoastal verse " This is an eclectic collection of poetry sure to grab readers by the eyes and heart.
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Product Details

Publisher
PJ Nights
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
108
File Format
PDF
File Size
3.8 MB

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