The Muse-An International Journal of Poetry
June 2011 Issue
Research Papers and Essays
Pet Trees & Dancing Bay Ponies by Joseph Powell (Professor, Department of English, Central Washington University)
How Dangerous Is Digital Literature? by Felix Nicolau (Associate Professor, Department of English, Hyperion University in Bucharest, Romania)
An E-Interview with Hugh Fox (Professor Emeritus (Michigan State University), archaeologist, editor, writer, and iconic poet of international fame)
An E-Interview with Al Beck (Professor Emeritus (Culver-Stockton College) popular poet, academician, curriculam developer, professional American Folksinger and Korean war veteran.)
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