Have some fun with fashion, along with Pensacola’s own Karen McAferty Morris. Enjoy “New Blue Jeans.” New Blue Jeans – Karen McAferty Morris. To watch her read, please visit our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/panoplyzine/. To see all of Issue 4, please visit Issue 4, Summer-Autumn, 2016.
Going to a cocktail party this weekend? Why not prepare with this finely crafted poem. While the drink slides down your tongue, feel the buzz of the poem in your head. A lot going on in this one. Enjoy. Lychee Martinis – Gabrielle Langley To see and hear Gabrielle read her work, please visit our Facebook page, Panoply – Facebook. To see all of Issue 4, please visit: Issue 4, Summer-Autumn, 2016.
Please enjoy our first Editors’ Choice from Issue 4, Wings Clipped – Rachel Dacus. To watch and hear her read this lovely poem, please visit our Facebook page: “Wings Clipped,” as read by Rachel Dacus.
We love sharing Panoply with our readers and contributors. It’s a labor of love – and also expense. Bandwidth and more. So, while we do not plan to charge submission/reading fees for regular issues, we’ve added a voluntary donation button. You’ll find it on the right-hand side of the page, complete with the PayPal logo. If you enjoy it as much as we do, please consider making a donation.
Issue 4 is set for August 19. It’s another joy of riches and beauty for us. This time, we’re featuring a sestina, a pantoum, a sonnet, a “punk sonnet,” works by a middle schooler and 2 international contributors, poems featuring poets of yesteryear (Neruda, Rimbaud…), a fistful of humor, and other remarkable writing. We can hardly wait to share it with you!
Thanks for visiting Panoply.
Andrea, Jeff, and Ryn
Thanks to Jim Harrington for featuring us in his blog, “Six Questions for…” We hope you find this interview illuminating and helpful. FYI, Jim does this weekly, so check his blog for similar interviews with other editors. What a great free service!
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