Summer 2015: This May Be the Last Time.

Now you see 'em, now you don't.
Now you see ’em, now you don’t.

THEN SUDDENLY WAR ENDED, by Robert Markland Smith.
Let’s start with imagining some good news, shall we?
AS WE KNOW IT, by Erin Trampler Bell
.
Because perfect logic may not be the right last remedy for the world’s problems…
PSYCHE’S SISTERS, by Ed Taylor.
For narrow ways of looking are deadly to the spirit and the flesh …
ONE WRONG STEP AND YOU’VE BROUGHT ON THE LAST DAYS, by Ellen Morris Prewitt.
Remember ‘there are more things in heaven and earth’, remember that?…
GULFS, by Tim Myers.
And there are more worlds than we can imagine…
POMPADOUR, by Clarinda Harriss.
So Be Kind says the fiction writer…

MR. MERRICK AND HIS UNCLE
, by David D. Horowitz.
And Be Kind says the essayist

NUANCES
, by Marissa Bell Toffoli.
“This may be the last time every time,” says the poet

GET A RAKE: THE LAST GARDEN
, by Debbie Naples.
With any luck, we’ll get on with gardening

THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE OMELET, by Robin Suzanne.
And if you trip and smash a dozen eggs, make an omelet

THE TOD BLOG agrees that this is an age of miracles and wonder, so don’t cry, baby, don’t cry…and JAM TODAY loves breaking eggs to make any number of dishes, with a carrot salad on the side…

This issue’s picture contributed by EAP’s own Mike Madrid, a man who travels widely and yet always seems to find an EAP sort of an image wherever he goes…

Next issue is 1 October, and it’s the FALL 2015: WE WONDER issue…contributions by 1 September, please…

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