We are pleased as can be to offer our latest issue of Gyroscope Review for your reading pleasure. This issue offers several thoughtful reactions to the state of world affairs as well as pieces that provide respite. Poets tackled difficult topics, teased apart what is sold as fact, and gave us poetry that shows just how engaged, enraged, and enlightened literary artists can be.
The poets included in this issue are:
Michael Wayne Friedman
Lois Marie Harrod
Susan L. Leary
Lyndi Bell O’Laughlin
Marian Kaplun Shapiro
Sarah Dickenson Snyder
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