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• “The Dangerous Islands” (a novel) by Séamas Cain
• 2005 Boston National Poetry Festival
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• A Conversation with Somerville Poet, Tam Lin Neville
• A Poet Takes Driving Lessons
• A Review of two new books by Sean C. Theall
• A REVIEW OF: LIFE,WEATHER
• A Talk With Squawk
• A.D. Winans: The Holy Grail: Charles Bukowski and the Second Coming Revolution
• Addict, Poet, and Survivor: Marc Goldfinger
• All of the Above by Jim Daniels
• An afternoon with C. Michael Curtis The Atlantic magazine fiction editor
• An Afternoon With Poet Robert Creeley
• An Interview with Somerville Novelist, Pagan Kennedy.
• Arts/Etcetera
• Aspect Magazine" and the Small Press Scene
• Ballahoo in the Theatre Cooperative
• Bathtub Gin Issue 18
• Beautiful Bullets by Gary Duehr
• Bilingual Poems by Richard Kostelanetz
• Blood Soaked Presses by Gloria Mindock
• Blue State Blues by David Slavitt
• Books of Hope
• Boston Poetry Marathon 2001
• Bread Without Sorrow by John Hodgen
• Breaking Bagels With the Bards
• Button Magazine--Review
• Call Me Waiter by Joe Torra
• Cambridge Poetry Wars/ No Dying of the Light, Please
• Central Square. By Karen Davis--Review.
• Change of Address by David R. Slavitt
• David R. Godine : Ibbetson Street Press Lifetime Achievement Award
• Deborah M. Priestly: A Cambridge, Mass. Poet On A Mission
• Dirty by Terry J. England-
• Do You Have to be Crazy To Write Poetry
• Dream Big, Work Harder by Rebecca Schumejda
• Ed Sanders and his Tales of Beatnik Glory
• Evening Watch Cameron Mount
• Faces of Ground Zero
• Falling Off the Bicycle Forever by Michael Rattee
• Firmament by Kathleen L. Housley
• Food Writer: Leo Racicot: Afriend to Julia Child and M.K. Fisher
• Ghost Radio by Dick Lourie
• God is Dead . (again) Kirby Congdon
• Greatest Hits: twelve years of compost magazine.
• Hanging Loose 98
• Harris Gardner: The Boston National Poetry Festival and beyond...
• HERE'S TO YOU MR. ROBINSON: Jeff Robinson And His Trio Wed Poetry To Jazz
• Hey, Buy A Camera You Ain't That Ugly-Deb Priestly
• Hollywood and Sunset by Luke Salisbury
• Interview with Poet Afaa Michael Weaver
• Interview with Tapestry of Voices Founder Poet Harris Gardner
• Interview with Aaron Goldstien founder of Whats Up Magazine Boston, Mass.
• Interview With Activist, Poet, and Jazz Vocalist : Charles Coe
• Interview with Aeronwy Thomas: Dylan Thomas' Daughter
• Interview with Broadway Lighting Designer Donald Holder
• Interview with Don Holder: Lighter of the Lion King
• Interview with Errol Lincoln Uys: From James Michener to Brazil
• Interview with Hanging Loose Press Editor Dick Lourie
• Interview with Lyn Lifshin
• Interview with Mike Basinski: Poet, Curator and Dishwasher
• Interview with poet Douglas Worth: A poet who catches the light
• Interview with Poet Ed Galing
• Interview with poet Marc Widershien
• Interview with Poets Somerville poets Linda Conte and Joanne Holdridge
• Interview with publisher of FRESH! LITERARYMAGAZINE: Shirley Gerald Ware
• Interview with Rose Gardina: The Boston Girl Guide ( with Doug Holder)
• Interview with Sherill Tippins author of Inside the Dream Palace
• Interview with Somerville, Mass. scribe Patricia Wild
• Interview with Stone Soup Poets founder Jack Powers
• Interview With Vocalist Jennifer Matthews:
• It's The Lifestyle They Lead, Larry.
• John Wieners 1934-2002/ A Passing of a Boston Beat Poet
• Lan Samantha Chang: New Iowa Writers Workshop Director:
• LEN FULTON > > Like saying goodbye to Debussy or Hemingway or H.G. Wells. I
• Leslie Lombino Brings Words and Music
• LIFE SENTENCES
• LINDA LARSEN AND SPARE CHANGE
• Lisa Beatman: Ladies Night At The Blue Hill Spa
• Louisa Solano: The Grolier Poetry Bookshop
• Loyalty: New and Selected Poems by Henry Braun
• Lummox Journal- Feb. 2002- 75th Issue!
• Manufacturing America by Lisa Beatman/ Review by Lo Galluccio
• McLean Hospital: Poetry On The Psychiatric Ward
• Modern Love by Andrew Scott
• Ommmmm: A Collection of Plays and Monologues by Hugh Fox.
• Pegasus
• Pine Island Journal of New England Poetry
• Poems For All
• Poems From The Left Bank: Somerville, Mass. by Doug Holder Poems From The
• Poems of Survival by Marc Widershien
• Poetic Healing: Counselor Doug Holder Adds Another Dimension...
• Political Satirist Mort Sahl at the Jimmy Tingle Theatre
• Review -- Ed Galing's : Poetic World
• Review : Honey I'm Home. Nate Graziano
• Review of Twenty-Six Pack by Tim Gager
• Review of We Need a Night Out by Tim Gager
• Review of "Longing Distance" by Sarah Hannah
• Review of The Evil B.B. Chow by Steve Almond
• Review of A.D. Winans Greatest Hits

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