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7 Responses to Your Opinions & Feedback

  1. Don Foran says:

    Please remove the period at the end of the sec­ond stanza of “Silence.” Thank you and con­grat­u­la­tions for another beau­ti­ful issue. Don Foran

  2. Peleg Held says:

    I have been entranced by the breadth of the 16 pages of Celan’s Merid­ian since John Felstiner’s biog­ra­phy of the poet intro­duced me to them. I finally had a chance to read Ger Killeen’s fine essay on the Merid­ian speech In the lat­est issue of Elohi Gadugi. Just a drop­ping by to say thanks for pub­lish­ing such a thought breed­ing essay.
    Sin­cerely,
    Peleg Held

  3. What is your next theme and dead­line?
    First Dead­line: Sep­tem­ber 15th, 2013 (extended to Sep­tem­ber 22nd)
    Mid-Season Update Dead­line: Octo­ber 31st, 2013

    The home­less issue was inter­est­ing. My home­less poems were pub­lished online in var­i­ous jour­nals and with an art gallery exhibit in down­town Eugene where we have too many home­less, camps, and now Con­estoga huts at vil­lages, churches, etc.

  4. Joan Lewis says:

    Cast Iron Sea­son­ing, quite a nice read. The title invoked mem­o­ries of my grand­mother and mother using a cast iron skil­let to cook or straight­en­ing out my grand­fa­ther or father. Now I equate it with the women they are and I have become. Strong, tem­pered and able to with­stand life’s challenges.

  5. Pichay says:

    the home­less issue…humanly, i feel sor­row­ful homelessness…no inti­mately car­ing part­ner while most friends have, and fam­ily as well, and home and means. it is daily task to stay in spir­i­tual expres­sion of the abun­dance that represents.

  6. Withheld says:

    Note: para. 2 not ms. Taylor’s comment

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