Spring Issue of The 2River View

Maybe Eliot was wrong and March instead is the cruelest month, what with over a foot of snow yesterday here in St. Louis, Missouri. But foul weather or an ill-tempered groundhog can’t stop the arrival of the 17.3 (Spring 2013) issue of The 2River View. Wherever you are, whether buried in snow or basking in the sun, do enjoy these new poems by K. R. Barger, J. S. Belote, Randolph Bridgeman, Charles Cessna, Kathy Davis, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Christien Gholson, Katherine Mitchell, James B. Nicola, Diana Reaves, Philippe Shils, and Barbara Wuest.

March Snow in St. Louis

March Snow in St. Louis


About Richard Long

I'm a Professor of English at Saint Louis Community College--Meramec, where I teach composition, creative writing, environmental literature, and poetry. I also edit 2River, home of the 2River View, the 2River Chapbook Series, and Muddy Bank. You can also follow me on my bicycle as I tour the country, self supported, at richardtreks.blogspot.com.
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