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Celebrating 14 Years Online!

What's newest at the Postmodern Village
* Issue 33 of EastWesterly Review
* The 20th Annual Postmodern Village Conference and Fashion Extravaganza
* Due to budget cuts, the blog has moved.

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Highlights from the latest EastWesterly Review
* ISSUE 32: Comments and criticism from Mary Chino Cherry, Lynn Nayus, C. Lassie Fackashun, Phae Lum and Herbie Tease. Poetry from Bean Newton and the EastWesterly Review Dada Cluster.

Highlights from the latest Take2
* ISSUE 18: Hezekiah Allen Taylor and Francine DuBois are back with poems about Sarah Palin, the stock market and sex. It's more fun than watching your 401(k)!

Villagers in Print
Lael Ewy's "Towards a Manifesto for a New Poetry" appears in Troubles Swapped for Something Fresh, edited by Rupert Loydel. His work originally appeared in EastWesterly Review: Issue 8 as an editor's screed.

Both Hezekiah Allen Tayor and Francine DuBois appear in Sinatra . . . but buddy, I'm a kind of poem, edited by Gilbert Gigliotti, alongside poets such as Allen Ginsberg and David Lehman. Their Sinatra poems originally appeared here in Take2, Issue 8.

Longtime Village supporter John P. Jones has published Writing at Gunpoint: Getting Started Blogging. If you're thinking about blogging (and especially if you have to blog for work), this is perfect.