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Waterways: Poetry in the Mainstream volume 24 no. 4

Waterways: Poetry in the Mainstream volume 24 no. 4

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from 2003, the poems in this issue of Waterways relate to, or were inspired by, Albert Huffstickler's lines: Maybe there are just too many acts of love/that aren't acts of friendship.
from 2003, the poems in this issue of Waterways relate to, or were inspired by, Albert Huffstickler's lines: Maybe there are just too many acts of love/that aren't acts of friendship.

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Published by: Ten Penny Players, Inc on Apr 01, 2013
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Waterways: Poetry in the Mainstream,April, 2003
Volume 24, No. 4
Maybe there are just too many acts of lovethat aren’t acts of friendship.
from
What Friends Are For 
Albert HuffsticklerWaterways Nov. ’91
 
WATERWAYS
:
Poetry in the Mainstream
Volume 24 Number 4April, 2003Designed, Edited and Published by Richard Spiegel & Barbara FisherThomas Perry, Admirable Factotum
c o n t e n t s
Waterways is published 11 times a year. Subscriptions -- $33 for 11 issues. Sample issues — $3.50(includes postage). Submissions will be returned only if accompanied by a stamped, self addressedenvelope. Waterways, 393 St. Pauls Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10304-2127©2004, Ten Penny Players Inc. (This magazine is published 3/04)http://www.tenpennyplayers.org
Felicia Mitchell4Herman Slotkin5Geoff Stevens6M.A.Schaffner7-9David Jordan10-13Bill Roberts14-17Robert Cooperman18Ida Fasel19R. Yurman20-22Joy Hewitt Mann23

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