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OCHO 29


some of my poems from Spanish Fork and Ankara in the new OCHO.







OCHO #29 is now available online:

OCHO 29


Also in print directly from CreateSpace:

OCHO 29 print edition

Ocho #29
By John Korn, David Krump, William Keckler, Wille Perdomo, Ron Androla, Michelle McEwen, Marie-Elizabeth Mali, William Stobb, Melissa McEwen, Grace Cavalieri, Sam Rasnake, Steve Halle, Matthew Hittinger, Marcus Slease, NIcole Mauro, Didi Menendez

OCHO is MIPOesias Magazine's print companion.


Publication Date:
Jan 22 2010
ISBN/EAN13:
1450547273 / 9781450547277
Page Count:
88
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / American / General

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Thank you,
Didi Menendez

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