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  February 2006
volume 4 number 1
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  home   (archived)
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  Elizabeth Addis
  Jack G. Bowman
  Bob Browning
  Dana Campbell
  Michael Ceraolo
  Peggy Dobreer
  Francisco Dominguez
  Lisa Helene Donovan
  Dale Duke
  Michael Estabrook
  Daniel Gallik
  Daniel garcia-Black
  Kenneth Gurney
  Roger Humes
  Amber Jacob
  Marianne LaValle-Vincent
  Marie Lecrivain
  Gary Lehmann
  Dave Nordling
  Aire Celeste Norell
  Gina MarySol Ruiz
  David W. Rushing
  Dahn Shaulis
  Durlabh Singh
  Kari Thune
  Amy Upham
  Tyler Joseph Wiseman
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Bob Browning
February 2006



art by lizbeth palma

    Bob Browning lives in New Jersey, works full time as a baker, and writes after he dusts the flour off his hands. His first book, entitled Sometime Poet, was published in March 2004 by Publish America and is available online, with a second book, Mosaicist soon to follow.



Hal Bannigan, Manager Of Your Seafood Department

"Oh, husband, your hands smell like fish,
your shirt smells like fish, there are
scales on your shoes, and look, yes,
flecks of blood on your pants... the stench
is in your hair, your skin, your watery eyes,
if I could get close enough to you, I'm
sure there would be salt in your kiss."

"My wife, you smell of starlight."

copyright 2006 Bob Browning