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Issue 5 Contributors

On Writing Christian Poetry

written by John C. Mannone “Christian poetry” is not a genre but rather poems with a tone consistent with a Christian world view. Arguably, every poem I write is Christian poetry. But here, I want to discuss poems whose focus might be of a spiritual nature, those that address Biblical principles, or ones derived from… Continue reading On Writing Christian Poetry

Issue 5 Contributors

Musings from the Isolation Chamber: March 30, 2020

written by Lisa Fox A dear friend texted me today amid the chaos to see how I was doing. “Let’s see,” I replied. “The vultures remain perched outside my window after disemboweling a bunny in the road, I’ve just decontaminated the mail, and I’ve finished my lunchtime ration of an apple and a yogurt.” Wait,… Continue reading Musings from the Isolation Chamber: March 30, 2020

Issue 4 Contributors

Theater Musings: Sophocles Satyr Play (A case of Satyriasis?)

written by Gary Beck In the years of Sidewalks Theater’s exile, (If I may be permitted a hyperbole, more like Elba then St. Helena, since we hoped for restoration) following the loss of our theater on Beaver Street, New York City, we produced shows at other people’s theaters. This was often a traumatic experience, since… Continue reading Theater Musings: Sophocles Satyr Play (A case of Satyriasis?)