In This Special Issue

 

Michael Bettencourt
A Benedictine Theatre

Arthur Meiselman
Torch Song

Nathan Thomas
Love

Les Marcott
Bukowski

Claudine Jones
Open

Patrick Walsh
James Joyce

Miles David Moore
I Love Barbie Taylor

Karren LaLonde Alenier
UnderCover Lovers

Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
The Religion of Courtly Love

Kathi Wolfe
Uppity and the Green-Eyed Monster

Janine Yasovant
Regarding Life and Love
(in English and Thai)

Renate Stendhal
Norma

Elliot Feldman
Business As Usual

Jon Rendell
Everywhere You Look

 David Wiley
Becoming Epiphytic

Griselda Steiner
Septagon

 

Letters to the Editor
Qreviews
Qué Pasa
The Dressing-Karren Alenier
On Miles David Moore-Miles David Moore
Dr. Barnabas T. Bynum's Travelling
Minstrel Show
-Les Marcott
Nightdances-Arthur Meiselman

 

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