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    WIFS 25 - JULY 2016

    Revel in the brilliance of a deep blue sky.
    Thrill at the rumbling of the road under your wheels.
    Feel the wind in your hair (or, in my case, bare scalp).
    It's our July 2016 issue of WIFS and we're going on
    a road trip, exploring many Untraveled Roads!

    Before we hit the road, I have but two questions:
    1. Who's calling "Shotgun"?
    2. Who brought the Funyuns®?

    WIFS 25 - JULY 2016

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    An accomplished effort, with an interesting mix of content. Enjoyed

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    where we see imaginary greatness in our fall.

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    I'm a little concerned with the newsletter. Each time it is exponentially better than the last time. Are you guys setting the bar too high? Seriously, though. This is quality stuff. Wow!!

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    Gorgeous content again, guys!! Great job!!
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    Awesome stuff guys and gals!!
    "When it feels scary to jump, that is exactly when you jump, otherwise you end up staying in the same place your whole life, and that I can't do." -Abel Morales - A Most Dangerous Year.

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    Nice job, guys. I was a little surprised to be mentioned in the newsletter.

    Anyway, good stuff. Keep it up.

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    John Lennon: Turn left at Greenland (A Hard Day's Night)






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    An interesting read, full of contributions from accomplished writers. Professionally produced as always. Great job, guys!
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    Wonderful as always. Thanks guys for the judging shout-out- judging these comps is a good way to learn about the craft, be it poetry or prose. A great addition a read worth reading over again....
    Nature weeps, the devil sings
    at mans greed and pride
    and what it brings

    Just lots of useless
    little things

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