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July 2022

July already is it? Gosh! It'll soon be Christmas etc.

Before that happens we have summer to get through and the weather forecasters are predicting hot weather.. in England.. in July! Can you believe it?

Whether the weather be fine, or whether the weather be not, we'll continue with Winamop after informing you that Gary Beck's new poetry book "Purpose" is out now. Find it at Amazon.

Here we go:

 

it says "stories"

Andrew Lee-Hart's story this time is about a man working under cover. He could be considered to be In Captivity but he is thinking of a way out...
read this!

 

Louis Sisto is back with a story about Fred who's life is going well... isn't it? It just needs a "leap of faith" to take it to the next level. It's called Memory Lane.
read this!

 

Martin Green takes us back to the year 2000 when a lot of the things that have happened recently were only a distant possibility.. The Years Ahead is the title.
read this!

 

KJ Hannah Greenberg. Dr. Stanislav Kozik is hurtling across the cosmos on a scientific mission which he probably isn't wholeheartedly invested in. Still, it gets him out of the house doesn't it? Deigning to be a Generalist is the title.
read this!

 

it says "ART"

KJ Hannah Greenberg again brings us a collection of her photography of flowers and plants. Here are six more (mostly) colourful images.
read this!

 

Terry Brinkman. Has a new piece of art called Ashland. It's on his art page where you can see all his other pictures too.
read this!

 

it says "poems"

Gary Beck is welcome to Winamop any time, especially when he's bringing a bundle of great poems. These are from a new collection called "Unveilings": Time Out of Joint - Snow Storm - Sharing - Presence and Finality.
read this!

 

Mark Anthony Pearce was last with us exactly 12 months ago and that's a long time to wait, but he brings 12 poems to make up for it: For Danny D Ford - Forty Three Trees - The Tough Muscled One - Covid Threat - Tatiana Winked At Me - You Don’t Read Vaptsarov To Bulgarian Women In Bed - Broad Weir (S10) - Terry’s Fending Boredom - The Soldiers Of Snake Island Are Alive, Thank Goodness - Her Uterus Was Trying To Kill Her - Reading Heberto Padilla By The Walcot Chapel and A 50 Pence Smile.
read this!

 

Terry Brinkman again not only brings us art but poetry too. Here are: After the Return - Bruiser Fern - Sonnet CXXXVIV and Sonnet CCCLII.
read this!

 

Michelle Faulkner has been given A Sign the Size of a Jeep which has inspired her to great things.
read this!

 

John Sweet returns to Winamop with a new collection of poetry and he's still not happy about the state of the world. Read the philosophy of negative light - grey lies the kingdom - poem for symbolic crows - a crusade, obliquely - erie st. and dreamhorse.
read this!

 

KJ Hannah Greenberg again brings us poetry in addition to the story and photography. The three poems are: Parvenus’ Pals - Inside My Zeda: Word Police and Grateful for Tiny Toes.
read this!

 


Quite a collection, and I've already had some come in for the August edition, so that should be a good one too.

If you feel you have something to contribute - particularly stories - please do so and together we'll keep Winamop going. The email button is at the bottom of the page.

Time for another vinho verde!

Ed.

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Something you missed? Catch up on previous editions by clicking this word. They are all there, right back to 2003.

 

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