Pinyon Review

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Pinyon Review Celebrating the Arts & Sciences
Fiction — Non-fiction — Essays — Stories — Poetry — Science & Mathematics — Nature & Philosophy — Art
Number 10: November 2016
Featuring Poems by:  
Tim Suermondt & Martin Willitts Jr.
Poems by:
Francine Marie Tolf, Michael Miller, Lyn Lifshin, Diane M. Moore, Luci Shaw, Gary Lee Entsminger, John Harn, Gary Hotham, Jean Zipp, Betsy Fogelman Tighe, Tobi Alfier, Judith Rypma, William Derge, and Juanita Rey
Sea Quilt by Susan Elliott,
Where Was I?—for Tom Martinez by Gary Entsminger & Susan Elliott
Full Color, 66 pages, 7”x10”, $15.00

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Editor: Gary Lee Entsminger
Managing Editor: Susan Elliott
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