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Exciting! Review of Sybil's Garage 7 mentioning the poetry:
The poems are of a high standard, and are consistently strongly-worked and compelling. Stand-outs include Sonya Taaffe's "Candle for the Tetragrammaton," Jacqueline West's "One October Night in Baltimore," Adrienne J. Odasso's "The Hyacinth Girl," and Marcie Lynn Tentchoff's "Pathways Marked in Silver." West and Odasso invoke literary history, specifically the shades of Poe and Eliot.

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I think the shade of Poe is more in West's poem than in mine (that'd be the Eliot). But, hey, yes: two names I never object to seeing in close proximity to my own!

Reviewers almost always leave out the poetry, so this was a treat!

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