Tuesday, August 8, 2023

August rez Posted

Read the August issue of rez in Joomag:

This month we match the scorching heat with scorching hot poetry and prose.  With I Am Not Linda, Art Blue thrills us with more artificial intelligence, this time putting an AI translation service to the test. To find out how well it did, you’ll need to dive into this fascinating article.  Jumping on the Barbie bandwagon this month is Jullianna Juliesse, whose Poet Barbie adds a little spice to the Barbie conversation. Jami Mills is back with a short story about a broke down cowboy named Lackey, who just wants to get some things off his chest.  The Heart is a wonderful piece by Art Blue, who hopes to be the first for the MITI-grid.  Shine on Me is another superb piece of writing by our wonderful Cat Boccaccio, who also adds many of the stunning graphics in this month’s issue. We’ve been yearning for some great hip hop poetry and Zymony Guyot gives us just what we wanted in The News.  Lynn Mimistrobell adds another of her cogent and informative articles on classical music, this time focusing on Beethoven’s piano sonatas. And finally, what issue would be complete without a sweet poem by RoseDrop Rust?  In one of his most complex poems to date, Rust shines with End of Days.  Enjoy!

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