Spadina Literary Review
Issue #17 February 2017
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Here's some background on some of the contributors to this issue. Activated links will appear in a new window:
- William C. Blome ("Near Irvington") is a writer of short fiction and poetry based in Maryland.
- Gregg Dotoli ("Last Dance") is a poet and white-hat hacker whose collection Poetry Fob is available from Underground Books.
- Philip R. Harrison ("My Career as a Male Childminder") is based in Bristol, England. Philip's latest book for children is The Funny Honey. Go to philiprharrison.webs.com for more info, plus free games and apps for kiddies.
- Alexander Jones ("Tea Time") lives in New Jersey where he works as a metal fabricator and is currently pursuing a second BA in History.
- Margaret Karmazin ("The Art of Stealing a Cat") is a writer and artist whose publications include the children's book Flick-Flick and Dreamer and a short story collection Risk. Visit Margaret at margaretkarmazin.blogspot.ca.
- Thomas Piekarski ("I Could") is a former editor of the California State Poetry Quarterly. Thomas has published a travel book, Best Choices in Northern California, and Time Lines, a book of poems.
- Jonathan R. Rose ("Stranded") is a frequent contributor to this magazine. Check the Sitemap for his other stories. Jonathan's novel Carrion is available through amazon.com.
- Changming Yuan ("Elders") edits Poetry Pacific magazine in Vancouver.
THAT'S ALL FOR THIS ISSUE, SO...