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Del Sol Review features Pelton, poems edited by Gatza

Released just in time for Thanksgiving holiday reading, the current issue of highly regarded online journal The Del Sol Review has a distinctly Buffalo-like flavor. 
The Washington, D.C. based publisher of international fiction and poetry features "Woodchuck vs.The Hank Williams Zombie," a story by Buffalo-based novelist, Medaille College professor, and  Starcherone Books ("independent, innovative fiction") publisher Ted Pelton, as well as a "Thanksgiving special" selection of poems by guest poetry editor Geoffrey Gatza, publisher of Buffalo based BlazeVox Books, a self-described "refuge of post-avant poetries and fiction."
Among the Buffalo-based poets featured in the issue are Nava Fader, Just Buffalo Artistic Director Michael Kelleher, and  Aaron Lowinger.  All in all, it's another great showing by Buffalo-based writers and editors, and yet another reason to be thankful that we live in a community where written word flourishes.
--R.D. Pohl


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