Contributors

Elizabeth Boleman-HerringBy Way of Being (speculative non-fiction and often-formal poetry by The Weekly Hubris’s Publishing-Editor, Elizabeth Boleman-Herring
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Diana Farr LouisEating Well Is The Best Revenge (New-York-born Athens, Greece resident, Diana Farr Louis, elaborates on fine cuisine, the culinary arts of the Mediterranean, wine, local foodstuffs, traditional cookery, and other feasts, moveable and immoveable)
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Tim BayerWon Over By Reality (with his inquisitive mind and engineering background, omnivore Tim Bayer searches out for us brief but entertaining videos)
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Sterling (Skip) EisimingerSkip The B.S. (quirky but focused personal essays by author, emeritus prof, puzzle-master, and poet, Dr. Sterling “Skip” Eisiminger)
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Will BalkEpicurus’ Porch (picked just at peak offerings from a Low Country, South Carolina home and garden by bibliophile William A. Balk, Jr.) Most recent post . . .

Status: Quo Minus (F. Theresa Gillard, formerly of Boston, is no longer fully engaged. In fact, she has largely departed the scene. However, since no one seems fully to appreciate her altered status, she’s still filing faint cries from the rubble)
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Anita SullivanOn the Other Hand (occasional input from Anita Sullivan, an Oregon poet who spends way too much time looking out the window trying to remember an interesting dream)
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Helen NoakesWaking Point (reflections, contemplations, exhortations and detours by author, playwright, and spiritual traveler, Helen Noakes)
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William RampSmall Things Recollected (a column about paying attention to overlooked, remnant, and broken things, small cracks in big realities, and graffiti at the edges of big pictures, by Dr. William Ramp, sociologist by profession, historian by avocation, dreamer by inclination) Most recent post . . .

Jerry ZimmermanSquibs & Blurbs (illuminated/-ing art-and-word-things from graphic artist and Aikido Sensei, New Jersey resident, Jerry Zimmerman)
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Guy McPhersonGoing Dark  (From his off-the-grid perch in Belize, Dr. Guy R. McPherson files informed dispatches regarding the current Sixth Extinction) Most recent post . . .

Claire Bateman Speculative Friction (by Claire Bateman, comprises this Southern poet and painter’s  original works, plus running commentary on poetry, poetics, poesy, and other 21st-Century necessities)
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Ross KonikoffWest Side Stories (light-and-dark but, let’s face it, more dark than light, occasional humor by Manhattan denizen and failed, if still in demand, trumpet player Ross KonikoffMost recent post . . .

Jean Nolan

More Light (Goethe’s famous last words are simply a jumping off place for Jean Carroll NolanMost recent post . . .

Burt KempnerPinhead Angel (writer-producer Burt Kempner could count how many angels fit on the head of a pin, but he’d much rather keep his eyes and ears open to the absurdity that clings to him like dollar-store perfume . . .)
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