Ann Arbor Review


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Elisavietta Ritchie
Donal Mahoney
Fahredin Shehu
Richard Kostelanetz
Alex Ferde
Michelle Bailat-Jones
Duane Locke
Chris Lord
Nahshon Cook
Al Ortelani
Shutta Crum
Ajibola Tolase
Silvia Scheibli
Laszlo Slomovits
Emmanuel Samson
Lyn Lifshin
Running Cub
Nikita Parik

Alan Britt
John Grey
Bhisma Upreti
Paul B. Roth
Jennifer Burd
Sunday Michael
Michael H. Brownstein
Ali Znaidi

Richard Gartee
Kanev Peycho

Engjell I. Berisha

Fred Wolven
Petraq Risto
Carolyn Elias
Alabi Oyedeji



Ann Arbor Review

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--editor / Southeastern Florida

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For the great British writer/artist Patrick                   Hughes


A bomb discourages a movie audience.

A child’s stool enhances any garden.

A convicted thief gets nine months in his coffin case.

A cool head.

A creep is slow.

A crooked contract.

A large trailer can be a transient hotel.

A party they had all night.

A penny’s worth.

A platoon beheading.

A shot off my opponents head scores.

A puny foundation.

About face.

Absent mind.

Abusing muse.

Acid test.

Acting out.

Activities end.

Affirm inaction.

Aged appearance.

Aim less.

Alien corn.

All hail.

All wrong.

Also ran.

Aluminum foils.

Am I.

Amusing children.

Anal pleasures.

Anarchist protests.

Ancient grudge.

Ancients’ history.

Angel feeds.

Anger management.

Animal rights.

Animated characters dominated the film.

Answers he demanded.


Anxiety attacks.

Any minute now.

Arithmetic measures.

Armed response.

Arranged marriage.

Art works.

Ash cans.

Astronomical heights.

Athletic facility.

Attention must be paid.

Attracting women.

Autumn leaves.

Awful noise.

Awfully awful.




Richard Kostelanetz, Ridgewood-SoHo, Soto, New York



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