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Celebrating 20 Years Online!

What's newest at the Postmodern Village
* Issue 41 of EastWesterly Review
* The 25th Annual Postmodern Village Conference
* Due to budget cuts, the blog has moved.

Highlights from the latest EastWesterly Review
* ISSUE 41: Works by E.W. Wilder, Ann Mittelraum, Abel Mutlilyne, Bean Newton, and more.

We Always Appreciate Your Support
* Use the Amazon.com link in the column to your left to support the Village. (We know you're buying books, you brainiacs.) Your purchases will keep the Village healthy and wise. Let's aim for breaking even before we tackle wealthy.

Villagers in Print
Lael Ewy's chapbook Of Grace's Resounding Caws is available at Amazon in paperback and for Kindle. It gathers 24 ruminations on living in light and darkness, true loss, and dreams, and -- of course -- honey. River City Poetry published three of his poems in their Fall 2018 issue. "Towards a Manifesto for a New Poetry" appears in Troubles Swapped for Something Fresh, edited by Rupert Loydel. That work originally appeared in EastWesterly Review: Issue 8 as an editor's screed.

Both Hezekiah Allen Tayor and Francine DuBois appear in Sinatra: . . . but buddy, I'm a kind of poem, edited by Gilbert Gigliotti, alongside poets such as Allen Ginsberg and David Lehman. Their Sinatra poems originally appeared here in Take2, Issue 8.

Longtime Village supporter John P. Jones has published Writing At Gunpoint: Get Started Blogging: Reluctant writers can be excellent bloggers!. If you're thinking about blogging (and especially if you have to blog for work), this is perfect.