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Our first trip
For the past three
I've used this space as a Mission Statement of sorts, to
the function and purpose of Antithesis Common. This has
invaluable way to spread our message, but this quarter--as
celebrate our first successful trip through the four
decided it was time for someone else to talk.
Last quarter we had
pleasure of having our magazine read and studied in a
school's poetry unit. We received lots of great feedback
students (and a misdirected homework assignment!), and we
they enjoyed the magazine as much as we enjoyed reading
analyses and opinions. With that in mind, we have decided
devote this quarter's editorial not to our own opinions on
diversity and diverse content, but to our readers'
I stumbled upon your
site late one night and decided to bookmark it to check it over later.
When I did, then I became very excited about the idea that your e-zine
presents, and felt that Antithesis Common was something that I had been
looking for. It's very well done in my humble opinion, and I believe
it's something that will grow and become even better over
time. --Matt R.
Miles to Nootka Island" by Nicholas D. Klacsanzky was very satisfying. I
thought Nicholas wrote an interesting poem describing his adventurous
outlook on life. I think Nootka Island was what most people consider to
be the future of life. And as in life there are two paths: the safe path
and the more dangerous path. By choosing to explore the island
inhabited by more bears than humans, Nicholas D. Klacsanzky
showcased his willing attitude to take risks in life, in
order to succeed.
poetry on your website is very interesting to read. I especially liked
"Writing" by Betina Evancha and "Marriage 2" by Christine
Redman-Waldeyer. Besides going out to the book store and buying a book
of poems I can easily go onto your website and entertain myself. It is
nice to sit down and enjoy the poems that this website has to offer. You
should try to include riddles on your website. I enjoy figuring out
riddles. Keep up the good
work. --Victoria C.
poem "Gilded Candy" was very good and I enjoyed reading it. I loved how
the story was put and I'm glad it was published. I hope to read more
about poems like these. I hope one day to get a poem published as well. I
suggest that most of your poems be like this as it is friendly for all
ages. --Sam H.
Unspoken Eloquence of the Sword" is a wonderful poem. The words are so
descriptive. I can picture the scene in my head. I can see the graceful
dance of the two fighters. I can hear the slashes of the swords on air.
Anne describes the "grace and beauty hidden in the soul" come to life in
their deadly dance. "Danger disguised in elegance" as Anne puts it, is
what something that I can clearly see in my head. "The Unspoken
Eloquence of the Sword" describes the beauty and grace in something
see that Antithesis Common is still going strong;
editors do a great job of finding some amazing authors.
edition was exceptionally varied with talented writing in
genre. --Brad J.