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The bards and minstrels may come and go, but their words linger and change us in kind. Each of us has at one time discovered magnificent words in the most peculiar of places (the lavatory wall, the dirty caked side of a delivery van, a bowl of Alpha-Bits) and anticipating that charged event, the moment when the mind's eye blinks, keeps many of us scenting the air for that poem that will pour off the page and quench our inner thirst. My friend, be parched no longer...
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The Comstock Review is published twice each year. In every issue you wil be treated to over 100 pages of all styles of original poetry. Metaphor and fresh, vivid imagery are our specialties. Additionally, we feature an unusually long section of contributors' notes to introduce you to our fine poets.
Our professionally printed, perfect-bound journal is easy to take to your favorite reading spot as well as to find in your library. We feature a large number of the best poems from many well-known and up-coming artists. We have one open reading periods yearly (no fee):
Next one, January 1 - March 15, 2010.
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