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2019 Boleman-Herring Weekly HubrisWeekly Hubris (speculative non-fiction and often-formal poetry by The Weekly Hubriss 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 immovable)
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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 and Humanist 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 her window trying to remember an interesting dream)
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Helen NoakesWaking Point (reflections, contemplation, 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 . . .

Guy McPhersonPlanetary Hospice  (From his off-perch in Bellows Falls, Vermont, 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, lets 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 (Goethes famous last words are simply a jumping off place for California-based poet-essayist Jean Carroll NolanMost recent post . . .

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Addison (single-panel cartoons created by Georgia-based artist/photographer Mark Addison Kershaw) Most recent post . . .

Robin White Weekly Hubris

Wing + Prayer (liturgical offerings by Presbyterian minister, Rev. Robin White, in which she shares gifts of the spirit with a larger, if virtual, congregation from an analog perch in an Upstate South Carolinian pulpit or kayak)  Most recent post . . .

Michael HousePolemicist on History (British barrister Michael House, FRGS makes good on that alphabet soup after his name, sending back illustrated dispatches from far-flung compass points and long-past eras) Most recent post . . .

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Outside of a Dog (from Dr. Diane Fortenberry, iconoclastic reviews of books worth reading from a Mississippian transplant to England) Most recent post . . .

Kevin Van Tighem

While I Draw Breath (meditations and asides by Canadian naturalist and author, Kevin Van Tighem) Most recent post . . .

Philip Nikolayev Weekly Hubris author picThe Art of Forgetting (Poet Philip Nikolayev explores experience, memory, forgetting, and elements of the poetic process of reality) Most recent post . . .

Sophia Coyle, Weekly Hubris(Using photography as her vessel, Chiara-Sophia Coyle, in Clicks & Relativity, explores and contemplates the relationship between eye, soul, and memory, as expressed through reflected and abstract captures, light, and stillness) Most recent post . . .

Weekly Hubris Phillip DavisOn The Other Side, Chicago numismatist Phillip Davis  responds to his earlier-than-to-νομίσματα calling to poetry  Most recent post . . .

Ted-BalkDispatches from The Esso Club (Sand Hills native Ted Balk expounds on this, that and, often, the other from the front porch or, in winter, the Democrats’ side of the bar, at Clemson’s famous watering hole, The Esso Club) Most recent post . . .

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