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Issue 23: 28 April 2024
Micro-Poem: 22 words
(Cherita Terbalik)
+ Visual Art: Photograph
= Collaborative Shahai
Photograph by Scott Ferry +

Poem by Gary S. Rosin



Transmission: Shahai (photo by Scott Ferry with micro-poem by Gary S. Rosin)
Transmission (collaborative shahai) copyrighted © by
Scott Ferry and Gary S. Rosin. All rights reserved.

Scott Ferry
Issue 23 (April 2024)

helps our Veterans heal as an RN in the Seattle area. He attributes his writing skill to listening to rain fall upwards from the bottom of a fictional aquarium. His most recent book, each imaginary arrow, is now available from Impspired Press. Earlier this year, Meat for Tea Press published his collaboration with Lillian Necakov and Lauren Scharhag, Midnight Glossolalia. Upcoming early in 2024: his collaboration with California poet Daniel McGinn, Fill Me With Birds (Meat For Tea Press), and his book of prose poems, Sapphires on the Graves (Glass Lyre Press).

Links to Scott’s other books, including his first collection, The only thing that makes sense is to grow (Moon Tide Press, 2019), are available at his website: Ferrypoetry.com

Gary S. Rosin
Issue 23 (April 2024)

is a Contributing Editor of MacQueen’s Quinterly. His poetry and haiga have appeared, or are forthcoming, in various literary reviews and anthologies, including Chaos Dive Reunion (Mutabilis Press, 2023); contemporary haibun (Volume 17, Red Moon Press, 2022); Concho River Review, Sulphur River, Texas Poetry Calendar; The Ekphrastic Review; and Visions International.

Two of his ekphrastic poems appear in Silent Waters, photographs by George Digalakis (Athens, 2017). He is the author of two chapbooks, Standing Inside the Web (Bear House Publishing, 1990) and Fire and Shadows (Legal Studies Forum, 2008). His poems “Black Dogs” and “Viewing the Dead” were nominated for Pushcart Prizes.

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