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The Last Hippy Poet of the Woodstock Generation by C. Steven Blue, Reviewed by Shirley Marc

Reviewed by Shirley Marc The Last Hippy Poet of the Woodstock Generation, a psychedelic memoir and narrative verse by C. Steven Blue Sunset West Publishing Group, 2023, 642 pages, $24.99 ISBN 978-0997997507 Available at: amazon.com Facebook author page: www.facebook.com/cstevenbluepoet Amazon author page: amazon.com/author/cstevenblue C. Seven Blue’s The Last Hippy Poet of the Woodstock Generation is […]

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SMALL FEATHER by Jade Rosina McCutcheon, reviewed by John Van Dreal

Finishing Line Press, 2020, 40 pages, $14.99ISBN: ‎ 1646622901Available at https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/small-feather-by-jade-rosina-mccutcheon/https://www.amazon.com/Small-Feather-Jade-Rosina-McCutcheon/dp/1646622901 The cover of Jade Rosina McCutcheon’s chapbook immediately caught my eye. Within a kaleidoscope of doodled line and color, a thought bubble speaking for the soul of the work declares, I AM Still Here. Within a few hours, I was at the book’s end, where

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Beth Bonness’s chapbook is available from The Poetry Box

Beth Bonness’s chapbook “Transition Thunderstorms” was released by The Poetry Box on April 15th. The chapbook is “A collection of poems from inside the mind of someone having a series of unexplained strokes and other life events soaking you to the bone.” To purchase a copy, go to https://thepoetrybox.com/bookstore/thunderstorms.

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OPA member Laura LeHew’s new book out from Unsolicited Press

Let Widows be Widows is a collection of poetry in five sections. This collection is about the dead and the living. It illuminates various states of loss, hope, love and mourning from diverse points of view. It begins with denial. A door closing. Happenstance. We are unaware or under-aware of terminal illness or the shock of an unexpected sudden death. Words that we have left unsaid.

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