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Lavender Review is an e-zine of lesbian poetry and art eager to stay alive for another year.
Lavender Review is an e-zine of lesbian poetry and art eager to stay alive for another year.
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    1. Creator Judith K. Witherow on April 16, 2012

      Roses are reddish
      My skin is kinda ecru
      Didn't wear a pink boa
      It clashed with tattoo's

    2. Creator Sarah Sarai (deleted) on April 14, 2012

      One doesn't wish to appear facile in declaring great affection, doesn't want to be just another anything-to-see-my-name-in-a-comment-boxer, can't abide the thought of contributing to the dissolution of sincerity and honest affections hither and yon. And yet. One does love. And (one realizes) it is Lavender Review one loves. One knows that as one knows the warmth of sun in Spring. One knows that to love Lavender Review is to love Mary Meriam. There it has been stated. One loves. There is more than one beloved and the lover herself is beloved and thus it is with love and Lavender and Mary. Ever yours...Sarah Sarai

    3. Creator G.L. Morrison on April 13, 2012

      I love Ms Meriam and everything she does is covered in stars and kisses in my eyes. Yeah, yeah literary merit, blah too true blah. BTW for my goodies I want the poems written just for me! So donate you selfish people so I can get MY poem. And so she can create beautiful magazines like Lavender Review to print my and your poetry, as well as all the other gorgeous art and poetry she finds so we can enjoy the prizes without having to eat every stale crackerjack in the box.

    4. Creator Rick Mullin on April 10, 2012

      I love the Lavender Review! One of a handful of truly world class online literary journals. The presentation (art) is marvelous, and the poetry is top notch. And I am not only saying that because they took my psychedelic Sapphics poem "Lorelei" for issue #2!

      Rick Mullin