Citizen32 is an arts & politics magazine dedicated to exploring current political issues via poetry, story, art works and articles. A venue for artists who are burning to speak out on War & Peace, poverty, oppression and freedom. There will be over a 100 poems in the print magazine Citizen32.
Poets inspired by their opposition to the war and all forms of oppressive violence. Within that swell of poetry are poems of intimate dispair and moments of rallying hopefulness. No slogans & rants here,only the visionary eye and the social consciousness of the best poets around, all focused on the theme of "War & Peace".
Poets featured in this first issue include: Harold Pinter, Adrian Mitchell, Mario Petrucci, Jack Hirschman, George Wallace, Todd Swift, Robert Sheppard, Allen Cohen, Kevin Higgins, Aoife Mannix, Fred Johnston, Jem Rolls, Mark Cooper, Geraldine Green, Kate Noakes, Heather L.Young, Jo Mazelis,Rip Bulkeley, Steve Tasane, John G.Hall, Ella McCrystle, Kathy Kubik, Frank Faust, Arlene Ang, Jeanne MacDonald, Fadel Jabr, Annie McGann, Joanna Weston, Dale Mawhinney, Ann Colton and many other talented poets.
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The Next issue is themed on 'Homelessness' & includes an interview with George Wallace Poet Laureate of Suffolk County, New York.