Robert Casella knows his Greeks; they guide him; he gets up to Christos, then stops, wisely.
Dennis DiClaudio revisits the case of Hypatia
Kevin McLellan transcribes certain oracles, from Sicily to Jamaica Plains, concerning homosexuality
Frank Eannarino revisits Genesis for a poetic treatise on "the evolution of panspermia." We are not sure what he's after, but the sounds pleased us
Julie Keitges dips her lyric pail into the misty Middle Ages and comes up with a rough noble Scot; not the classics, exactly, but we are selling this one to the History Channel
David Schwartz asks "Where Does Midrash Derive?" and then proceeds to answer like a rabbi on acid
Peter Rabbit wrote this Christmas poem to justify his hanging-by-a-thin-thread Catholic faith; once more, the reader (and Peter) can thank the Mother of God for not losing the flock. Oh, and the Holy Ghost, too.
Maureen Thorson saltimbanques in these "Deux Poemes di Cirque," by first merrygorounding autour Max Ernst, then presenting Calamity Jane (on pense) on her whistlestop campaign tour. Surrealist classics, quoi?