Saturday, March 4, 2023

March rez Posted

Read the March issue of rez in Issuu:

With frigid temperatures still prevailing in much of the Northern Hemisphere (it was snowing on the beaches in SoCal), we can still curl by the fire and dive into some great poetry and prose. Sic Parabellum continues his exploration of computer-generated imagery, all part of an AI theme. Jami Mills shares one of her favorite poems, Rose Rose. RoseDrop Rust finds his way romantically via pineapples and powdered sugar in All About You. Lynn Mimistrobell shares with us her love of classical music, this time George Frideric Handel. Bard Democrat/s, Art Blue brings us some exotic imagery, all created by artificial intelligence. Cat Boccaccio is at her best this month with Marcus Is Overdue, a hilarious bit of short short fiction. J. Mitchell proves that the whole is sometimes greater than the sum of the parts, in In Any Room. And Dearstluv Writer brings this issue to a close with Sixties Hippie Child, a reminiscence of a simpler time. Spring is just around the corner, but until then, enjoy our offerings this month.

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