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CARSON MCCULLERS: ASTUTE AND UNACKNOWLEDGED PHILOSOPHER OF LOVE

CARSON MCCULLERS: ASTUTE AND UNACKNOWLEDGED PHILOSOPHER OF LOVE

Tennessee Williams, in “Some Words Before,” a preface to Virginia Spencer Carr’s definitive biography, The Lonely Hunter said Carson McCullers had the “tongue of angels,” and this gave her the power to sing the lonely heart and make it an anthem. Since music and love are primary considerations in her work, let us add that McCullers is an astute and unacknowledged philosopher of love, one whose wisdom and understanding preceded…

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Featured Poet – Tony Reevy

Featured Poet – Tony Reevy

Senior associate director of the Institute for the Environment at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Tony Reevy is a graduate of North Carolina State University, UNC-Chapel Hill and Miami University. He is a David P. Morgan Award winner (2006) and a Pushcart Prize nominee. His previous publications include…

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An Interview with semi-finalist Joseph Lisowski

An Interview with semi-finalist Joseph Lisowski

From 1986 to 1996, Joseph Lisowski was Professor of English at the University of the Virgin Islands. He taught at Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina from 2002-2014. He is now retired. Some poetry chapbooks include

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