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Issue #23 is Out

Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders Issue #23 has just arrived from the printer.  (See its photo to the right.) It features the work of 48 contributors, mostly poets.  Six are from southern New Mexico, seven from other parts of the state, a few more from the greater southwest.  Others are from all over the country, from Washington State to Massachusetts to Florida, and three live beyond our nation’s borders.

Some poems speak directly to southern border issues.  Others focus on different kinds of borders: between people, their communication and miscommunication, or between people and wildlife, or people and their pasts.  The editors were pleased to have a rich mix to draw from.

The cover art is by Deret Roberts, local artist and gallery owner.  You can learn more about his gallery at www.artobscuragallery,com.

Go to the orders page for the address to order a copy of this issue.  The cost is $10 plus postage.  Copies will also be available at Sin Fronteras readings at Palacio Bar in Mesilla on third Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.

Submissions for our next annual issue open on April 1.  Submissions sent before that date will not be read.  Check the submissions page for changes or clarifications to our guidelines.

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3 comments on “Issue #23 is Out

  1. Dear Friends—Glad the new issue’s out! How can I see the table of contents?

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. What a good idea to share that. I’ll see if I can upload it soon.

  3. Just mailed my order (& check) this morning.

    Thank you for this work you do.

    🌱 mary dudley

    Sent from my iPhone

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