Naugatuck River Review, Issue 2
Naugatuck River Review is an international journal of narrative poetry. The second issue is a double issue, featuring poems by Leslea Newman, Ray Liversidge, Michael Shorb, Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, Jeff Friedman, Pamela Uschuk and others.
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