Introduction to Abyss & Apex Poetry Issue 80

Introduction to Abyss & Apex Poetry Issue 80

Dear Readers:

As usual, expect to enjoy an eclectic blend of fine speculative poems, some are experimental, others narrative, all enjoyable. It’s always a thrill for me to see work from around the world, in this issue, there are a couple from Canada.

The eight poets and their works are summarized here below:

1.Ben Berman Ghan (Toronto, Ontario, Canada): The New Gods of the House

2. David Luntz (Riverside, Connecticut): As I Tremble Watching My Son Sleep By The Sea

3. Gretchen Tessmer (Gouverneur, New York): The Little Match Girl Burns It All Down

4. Richard Magahiz (Alameda, California): Becoming, not being

5. Beth Cato (Buckeye, Arizona): Follow the Meandering Path

6. Albert N. Katz (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada): The Eternal Call of Wild Women

7. Tristan Beiter (Providence, Rhode Island): Fountain Found in an Abandoned Garden

8. Robert Fleming (Lewes, Delaware): Hal 9000 and David’s space honeymoon is over

I paired the poems with found art or that which I created as derivative work. All of the poets provided an audio recording for your enhanced enjoyment.

Stay safe,

John C. Mannone, Poetry Editor

Abyss & Apex Magazine

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