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Welcome to the winter of 2021 and a world that keeps challenging us to stay grounded and hopeful. Passager’s 70th issue begins with a “Pandemic Haiku” series where Philip Allen addresses us as “Zoomlings” and writes of quiet cars no longer going anywhere and essential workers at risk. We hope you will find good companionship in these pages. 

Poetry, Fiction & Memoir | Soft cover | 176 Pages | $15

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Contributors

Poetry:

Philip Allen
Pandemic Haiku

Charles Angione
On Losing a Child to Fire

Zeina Azzam
Learning to Make a Bed

Regina Dilgen
Roll Call

Georgia Gojmerac-Leiner
The River Kupa

Pat Hale
Wandering Through a Field of Rabbits

Janis Harrington
To My Bereaved Sister

Wendy Hoffman
Marmalade [read, above]

Tom Holmes
After Nine Dark Months and Waiting for the Spotlight [read, above]

Ruth Holzer
His Fish

Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka
Stay at Home

Chuck Madansky
Anniversary

James McGrath
Who Do I Ask

AJ Oppenheim
I Look Back

Michael Salcman
No Translations for Love

Anne Sheldon
When I’m 93

Katherine Williams
April 2020 [read, above]

John L. Wright
What Poetry Taught Me About Hope

Prose:

Michael Brodin
My Heart Belongs to Medtronic

Mark Harris
Chicken Soup [read, above]

Nancy Smith Harris
Carrie

Gene Jeffers
Loaded Question

Bill Jones
First Wednesdays

Sara Kersting
Enough Time

Elaine Logan
For Your Trouble

Marc Morgenstern
Splatter

Arthur Rivkin
Adolf and the Devil

Judith Sanders
Velvel

Dian Seidel
Pathumthani Tales [read, above]

Bill Smoot
Bobby Miller’s Fall


Mary Azrael, Kendra Kopelke, editors. Rosanne Singer, guest editor. Christine Drawl, managing editor. Shirley J. Brewer, Sylvia Fischbach-Braden, editorial assistants. Pantea Amin Tofangchi, design. Afshin Nikravesh, cover art.