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#1 & 2, April/July 1993

PO Box 709
Winterville GA, 30683

54 pp., $6.00

The majority of the fiction and poetry in the premiere GAIA is pro-earth of the warm and fuzzy New Age variety. It is, however, finely crafted stuff, especially the poetry. Be prepared for work that moves with a rhythm of a glacier and the sound of a distant river... this stuff takes it's time unwinding. The stories are iffy (you've seen it all before, but these old chestnuts are at least retold in a competent manner); the poetry is sound-alike but assuredly penned.--Roger-Kyle Keith

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #5,
Copyright Burning Press 1994, 1996.

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