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"Peopling the Night" by Jean Van Loon

Come enjoy Jean Van Loon reading her poem Peopling the Night during our free online 75th anniversary celebration on November 25! Jean is one of the contributors to Brian Bartlett's section from our 75th anniversary issue. Brian selected poets who didn't publish their first collections until the age of fifty or later and who provided a prose reflection in the issue itself. 

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Poems by Eva Kolacz

Eva Kolacz is a poet and professional painter. She is also one of the contributors to Brian Bartlett's section from our 75th anniversary issue. Brian selected poets who didn't publish their first collections until the age of fifty or later and who provided a prose reflection in the issue itself. Today we are featuring two of Eva's poems. After reading be sure to check out the issue, or buy it now

"Thirteen Ways to Encounter God" by Barbara Pelman

Today we present a poem by Barbara Pelman, one of the contributors to Brian Bartlett's section from our 75th anniversary issue. Brian selected poets who didn't publish their first collections until the age of fifty or later and who provided a prose reflection in the issue itself. After you read Barbara's poems, be sure to check out the issue, or buy it now

Two Poems by Maureen Scott Harris

Today we present two poems by Maureen Scott Harris, one of the contributors to Brian Bartlett's section from our 75th anniversary issue. Brian selected poets who didn't publish their first collections until the age of fifty or later and who provided a prose reflection in the issue itself. After you read Maureen's poems, be sure to check out the issue, or buy it now.

Two Poems by J.D. Black

Today we present two poems by J.D. Black, one of the contributors to Brian Bartlett's section from our 75th anniversary issue. Brian selected poets who didn't publish their first collections until the age of fifty or later and who provided a prose reflection in the issue itself. After you read J.D.'s poems, be sure to check out the issue, or buy it now.

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