By Andrew Ponomarenko,Patricia Smith,Alexander Pepple
". . . [ capable MUSE ] fills an immense hole in realizing what's relatively occurring in early twenty-first century American poetry." – Dana Gioia.
WITH THE 2011 capable MUSE WRITE PRIZE FOR POETRY —
Includes the honorable-mention poems.
Includes the 2011 capable Muse / Eratosphere 30-Day Workshop poetry & fiction winners.
EDITORIAL — Alexander Pepple.
FEATURED ARTIST — Andrew Ponomarenko.
FEATURED POET — Patricia Smith;
(Interviewed through Reginald Dwayne Betts).
FICTION — Janice D. Soderling, Rob Wright, Michael George.
ESSAYS — Peter Byrne, Bruce Bromley, N.S. Thompson.
BOOK stories — Stephen Collington.
POETRY — M.A. Schaffner, Brian Culhane, Timothy Murphy, Richard Wakefield, Wendy Videlock, Catharine Savage Brosman, Kim Bridgford, Jennifer Reeser, Julie Bruck, Ned Balbo, Anna M. Evans, Ed Shacklee, Gale Acuff, Matthew Buckley Smith, Adam Penna, Jay Rogoff, Sarah Giragosian, Michael Bradburn-Ruster, Tim Suermondt, Carol Lynn Stevenson Grellas, Rob Wright, Carolyn Moore, John Beaton, Kevin Corbett, T.S. Kerrigan.
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Able Muse - a review of poetry, prose and art - Summer 2012 (No. 13 - print edition) by Andrew Ponomarenko,Patricia Smith,Alexander Pepple