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Issue 64

INTRODUCTION and A NOTE FROM OUR STAFF

December 31, 2016,

Issue 64 of the Ghazal Page includes 28 excellent ghazals, from dusk to death, by 17 poets, and a stimulating essay on the ghazal form in English by Manan Kapoor.

In addition to Steffen Horstmann’s Jalsaghar (Gene Doty’s Foreword is included in the Ghazal Page issue 63), we have the pleasure of announcing three new books of ghazals and other poetry by our contributors:  Lotus Mirage (D. Russel Micnhimer); In Which We See Our Selves (Eric Torgersen); and Imaginings (Bill Batcher).

The next issue (#65 “Chill”) might come out on “schedule” in January!  Submissions are open until New Year’s Eve.  The theme for the next challenge issue, optimistically planned for March 2017, is “Freedom”.  Submissions are open until February 2017, and as always general submissions are accepted at all times.

Read, write, and enjoy!

The Ghazal Page Staff

Contents
Richard Krawiec Vespers
, And Still
Barbara MacKay Sun
Night
Shabir Ahmad Mir Ghazal-9
Abigail Carl-Klassen Invocation
Plainsong
Ruth Asch Cloudy Shell
The Red Flower
Do You Know?
Alison Stone Believe Me
Dust Ghazal
Naked, Driven
David Lunde Clouds and Rain Ghazal
Researching Oneself
Alexander Tokarev Death Wish
Sagar Mal Gupta By Chance
Judith Terzi Ending in R
Ghazal for the Copa
Michael Helsem <untitled>
Jenna Le Ghazal
Binita Jha <untitled>
Addy Robinson McCulloch Ghazal in Offering
Ross Donlon Sleeping Awake
Shirley Glubka Inside the Oyster, Nevermore is Not
Ghazal for Lenny
Surfaces
Zachary Riddle Do Not Resuscitate
Essay
Manan Kapoor The Refrain and Beyond

About larrygates

Web developer of Ghazal Page. Sometime pseudonymous ghazalkar.

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