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The Magazine of Speculative Poetry -- Spring 2008

The Magazine of Speculative Poetry
The Magazine of Speculative Poetry (MSP) was founded in 1984 by Mark Rich and Roger Dutcher. Mark Rich published one the first speculative poetry magazines, Treaders of Starlight. Roger Dutcher published Uranus, another speculative poetry magazine. Finding themselves in the same city, they decided to collaborate on a new magazine. MSP went 13 issues with both as editors when Mark Rich, having found success in his writing, decided to "move on," both literally and figuratively. MSP has been edited by Roger Dutcher since then. Mark Rich continues as a contributing editor, providing reviews, essays and cover art. David Memmott is also a contributing editor. Magazine of Speculative Poetry
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The Magazine of Speculative Poetry -- Spring 2008 The Magazine of Speculative Poetry
from the Spring of 2008
Holds poems related to rocketry
and one of a robot's dark fate.
There's poems subverting old fairy tales
And one for the poor brontosaur
one after civilization fails
and one that just peeks through a door.
The first one I just gave a miss
an epic not quite to my taste.
but all of the time I spent reading this?
I wouldn't call any a waste.

Copyright © 2008 John Enzinas

John Enzinas reads frequently and passionately. In his spare time he plays with swords.


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