In This Issue


Patrick Nagel
it's in the eyes


Michael Bettencourt
Two Poems About Writing

 Arthur Meiselman
The Dancer Into Poet - Selena Zachai

Nathan Thomas
Feminism and the Method

Les Marcott
 Music For Grownups

Claudine Jones


Miles David Moore
A Separation

Catherine Conway Honig

at San Francisco Ballet

Arts of Thailand - Cuisine
Janine Yasovant
The South Is Hot
But Oh, So Good!


Karren Alenier
The Steiny Road to Operadom
The Nastiest Smear of Paint

Kathi Wolfe
Life Among the Heffalumps
Musing on Adrienne Rich

Patrick Nagel
It's In the Eyes

Elliot Feldman
New Series
My Old Man!
My Receptionist


Jon Rendell
Flowers with Drama

SS. Burrus
Mechanical Fire

Writings - Dialogues
Stephen Hawking
Science, Truth and Beauty

Arthur Meiselman
A Fable from the 'War On Women'

Writings - Monologues
Les Marcott
Mistakes Happen

Les Marcott
Searching For A Little Authenticity

Writings - Poetry
Griselda Steiner
Be A Widow To The World

David Alpaugh
Death of Aeschylus

Kathi Wolfe
Three Poems:
Blind Porn
The Porpoise in the Pink Alcove
Bellinis and Beluga


Millie's Sunshine Tiki Villas
A Play
by Grace Cavalieri

letters to the editor
Qué Pasa

The Dressing-Karren Alenier
On Miles David Moore-Miles David Moore
Dr. Barnabas T. Bynum's New School
 Musical Revue and Travelling
Minstrel Show
-Les Marcott

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