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DMQ Review / Spring 2013

Thursday, June 6th, 2013

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Editor in Chief
Sally Ashton

Editor
Marjorie Manwaring
Associate Editors
W. Todd Kaneko, Arlene Kim, Anne M. Doe Overstreet
Poet’s Bookshelf Editor
Peter Davis

DMQ Review is pleased to announce the release of the Spring 2013 issue featuring the poetry of Jada Ach, John Amen, Mary Donnelly, Glenn Halak, Elizabyth Hiscox, Michaelsun Stonesweat Knapp, Janet Norman Knox, Mercedes Lawry, Karen An-hwei Lee, Emily O’Neill, Alan Soldofsky, Tim Suermondt, and Anthony Warnke, with artwork by Carolyn Krieg.

In collaboration with Peter Davis, editor of Poet’s Bookshelf: Contemporary Poets On Books That Shaped Their Art, Volumes I & II, the DMQ Review is also pleased to present the Bookshelf essay as well as new poems from Charles Harper Webb as our “Featured Poet.”

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CANARY: A Literary Journal of the Environmental Crisis Issue Number 20, Spring 2013

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

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© Carol White

A Literary Journal of the Environmental Crisis

Canary is a literary journal that explores one’s engagement with the natural world. It is based on the premise that the literary arts can provide an understanding that humans are part of an integrated system. Our theme is the environmental crisis and the losses of species and habitat as a result of this ongoing disaster. Our mission is to deepen awareness of the environment and enrich the well-being of the individual and in turn society as a whole.

Gail Entrekin

Editor | Gail Entrekin

Published by Hip Pocket Press
Managing Editor, Charles Entrekin
Art Editor, Carol White

All work reprinted by permission of authors


open quotesWe do not inherit the land from our Ancestors,
we borrow it from our children.close quotes

— Native American Proverb


Issue Number 20, Spring 2013

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