The Fib Review Issue # 6

The Fib Review Issue # 6 continues in the tradition of its predecessors; as it offers its readers a rich blend of poetry and form. Those who thought Fibonacci poems were six lines of measured syllables in a Fibonacci number sequence are in for a surprise. This issue features poems written by an international community of poets representing Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the US, and the UK.

In Issue #6 Mark Arvid White and Wolfiewolfgang present the Fibonacci form in unique shapes, while Donna Gagnon returns with touching words on Haiti. Joel Wollner accepts the editor's prodding with another Fib poetic to challenge the reader. The strong metaphor of Nancy Scott and Molly Kat, the simplicity of David Romanda, Sean Monaghan and John Lambremont, Sr., the scientific spirituality of M.J. Frost, the emotion of Stef Hall, the complexity of Tiana Cutright plus many excellent poems by other talented poets are on these pages to make you feel and make you think.

We hope you enjoy.

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