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Volume II, Issue 3: Sense and Nonsense
Hickory, Dickory, Dock. Dictionary.com defines sense as "Natural understanding or intelligence, especially in practical matters: The boy had sense and knew just what to do when he got lost." The mouse ran up the clock. But what if the boy got lost in the sound of language? And what if while the boy was lost in language he found that he enjoyed being lost? The clock struck one, the mouse ran down! And what if the boy not only found being lost in language enjoyable, but he also found it a safe place to be lost? Hickory, Dickory, Dock.
Featuring poetry by Adriana DiGennaro, Christopher T. George, Gina Grega, Tammy Houtz, Chris O'Carroll and John Powers and an interview with award winning Canadian Poet and Author Sheree Fitch!
--Gene Justice & Tara Elliott, Triplopia Editors
Submissions for the Autumn Edition will open on July 15th, 2003, and will close on September 15th, 2003. The theme for the Autumn edition is "Question."