The Wolfian issue 8
by JAY WOLFE
Publisher: The Wolfian Press
Welcome to issue 8 of The Wolfian, whose cover features another beautiful photograph by Royston Cleghorn © RPC Pictures
Our lead article comes from CiLuna27 on Forbidden Poetry and how poets are being imprisoned in the Middle East for their writing. Three poets are featured, one from Saudi Arabia, one from Qatar and one from Iran.
Aiofe Abbey writes on the Junior Doctors’ dispute and the crisis within the NHS.
Michel Hersen writes on the ‘Tentacles of the Holocaust’ whilst Barbara Olson writes ‘Homeless in Illinois’, both powerful personal accounts.
Mathew Hulbert writes his regular diary feature 'Loving The Journey', about the campaigns he is involved with, including a major focus on Volunteering and recognising the value that volunteers bring to their communities. In ‘Progressive Postings’ Mathew writes about the crucial issue of Privacy and how it is under attack in this digital age.
We have a beautiful Photography Feature from Michelle Brooks, especially about her beloeved adopted city of Detroit.
We have a particularly vibrant Poets' Quarter with the work of ten poets including Cosmas Shoko from Zimbabwe, and many others never published before in The Wolfian.
Robert McDowell is our Featured Poet and writes how ‘Poetry is a Stay of Execution’
Jonathan Doering contributes part 4 of his serialised story, Earworms, and there are short story contributions from G. David Schwartz, Jim Meirose and Krista Weaver
Brian G Davies writes 'A Glimpse of Heaven' about a recent holiday in NW Devon