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The Crone Power Issue Fall 2020

We are delighted to offer the new issue of Gyroscope Review – The Annual Crone Power Issue. This issue features a fantastic cover by Assistant Editor Elya Braden and 50+ poems from women-identifying poets over the age of 50. These are powerful poems offering a range of diverse voices for today’s uncertain world. They show how a mature woman identifies to herself and to others. The poems are a celebration of the older woman and…

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The Crone Power Issue

We are extremely pleased with the new issue of Gyroscope Review that we offer you today. The Crone Power Issue contains 50 poems by 50 women poets over the age of 50. Their voices and their poems offer a broad range of what a mature woman in today’s world looks like. How she defines herself. How she celebrates herself. How she wields her power. How she opens her heart. We are delighted to create this…

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Women’s Voices Matter

The gift of good literature that someone else has already edited: that’s what I gave myself as the Gyroscope Review reading period for the Crone Power Issue drew to a close. I needed to read for pleasure now, relax a bit before I dove into formatting the fall issue. Since Margaret Atwood was everywhere these past few weeks in anticipation of her latest work of fiction (The Testaments), I abandoned poetry for a moment to…

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Hot (Poetry) Fun in the Summertime

Gyroscope Review Issue 19-3 is now available and ready to go to the beach with you. The cover, produced from a woodcut by our own editor Constance Brewer, flaunts its beachy-ness, begging you to grab your flip flops, a cooler full of something good to drink, and head to your favorite summer spot for some time alone with this season’s collection of poems. Authors in this issue include Steve Anderson, Micki Blenkush, Carol L. Deering,…

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