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The Lotus Tree Literary Review Publishes!

The Lotus Tree Literary Review is an online literary journal of poetry, flash fiction, short stories, essays, interviews, book reviews and art published annually. All genres are welcome. This is the debut issue from Starship Sloane Publishing.

Two of my offerings made the cover of the issue.

A Renku by the Poets Thirteen | “Quantum Entanglement”
I was one of the thirteen poets in this lovely project coordinated by our Sabaki Joshua St. Claire.

An Essay by Poet Laureate Wendy Van Camp | “Remembering James Gunn: Tapping into Your Muse for Creativity”
Last September, I spoke at a Science Fiction Literary Conference in India that was co-founded by famous science fiction writer and instructor James Gunn. I write about the experience and my recollections of this remarkable teacher.

A Nonet by Poet Laureate Wendy Van Camp | “Grandfather’s Journey”
My grandfather escape Ukraine just after the second world war when the Russians invaded at that time. This micro-poem is an homage to him.

The magazine is free to read online. I hope you’ll stop by and support all the writers and poets featured in this issue.