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G. Tod Slone ("Where a Poet Ought Not / Où c'qui faut pas" Gival Press, 2008) has published an essay "Poets Laureate Are Part of the Machine"). Follow the link:


<a href ="https://www.newenglishreview.org/custpage.cfm?frm=190446&sec_id=190446"><u>Poets Laureate are Part of the Machine (January 2021)</u></a>

Poets Laureate Are Part of the Machine.



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We at Gival Press strongly condemn xenophobia, misogyny, and racial and gendered violence.


The recent incidents at Boulder, Atlanta, El Paso, and numerous attacks against Black, Asian, Hispanic, Jewish, the LGBTQ communities, and Americans in general are repugnant acts against humanity which should be condemned by all Americans and especially by our elected officials.


If elected official fail to endorse laws to protect our citizens, then the corporations that provide them with campaign funding must be alerted that we also can voice our concern about their lack of judicial prudence in supporting individuals who do not support all Americans' rights to equal protection by the Law and adherence to constitutional laws.


We simply cannot stand by and allow our Democracy to be destroyed.

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Please join Robert L. Giron and 19 other poets who will read this Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 2 PM Eastern Standard Time. You just have to register for free at The Writer's Center (see the link below) and then you will be sent the link to view via Zoom). https://www.writer.org/event/101-jewish-poems/ Book Release Celebration for "101 Jewish Poems for the Third Millennium" a new anthology edited by Matthew E. Silverman and long-time TWC instructor Nancy Naomi Carlson. Poets: Doritt Carroll, David Ebenbach, Robert L. Giron, Barbara Goldberg, Roger Greenwald, W. Luther Jett, Helene Krauthamer, Merrill Leffler, Yvette Neisser, Jean Nordhaus, Linda Pastan, Kim Roberts, Michael Salcman, Mark Everet Siegel, Myra Sklarew, Katherine Smith, and Pia Taavila-Borsheim.

WRITER.ORG Book Release Celebration for 101 Jewish Poems for the Third Millennium | The Writer's Center

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