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A poem in Poetica

 The summer 2011 issue of Poetica Magazine (a journal of contemporary Jewish writing) came to my mailbox this week. It's a beautiful journal filled with lovely work -- including my poem "Mobius (V'Zot ha-Brakha)," which can also be found in 70 faces.

This is my third time my work has appeared in these pages; I had a poem ("Surprises") in Vol. 1, No. 1, and another ("Uncle Bill") in Vol. 2, No. 2. (They don't seem to be using this numbering scheme anymore, but those earlier editions were in 2003 and 2004, respectively.) This time around my poem is the very first thing in the journal after the table of contents -- I'm honored.

On the magazine's website you can purchase the summer 2011 issue for $10 plus $2 shipping, or subscribe for $19.95 a year. I thank editor Michal Mahgerefteh for including my work!