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RAP3 satisfies with another banquet of visual and novel savory and sweet treats to ingest. Mike Berger's poem Hunger is enough to kill you and make you question every $3 latte you've ever had. Matthew Casey's photos connect your imagination to multiple realities, Elizabeth Fountain's World Within Worlds and Jack Haines' One Night Across Town both swirl you into another's experience, while Suvi Mahonen's Bobby will rip your heart out. For dessert, try Paige Edenfield's P.O.W. A very good read.
The poetry of Randomly Accessed Poetics Issue 2 Paint Darkness into Day looks wonderful on the Kindle Fire. The shape and feel of poetry in portrait mode is definitely like a paper book or a magazine. The portrait mode allows for longer poems on a page so there is less of a "breaking up" and need to "turn" pages. It is also easier to switch between authors. However, if it is photos that you love, then landscape should be your mode of viewing. The pictures are bigger. The pictures are crystal clear and their colors are vibrant. Even the black and white photos look excellent.
The thirty-five contributions of color art, poems, and short stories is 104 pages to dip into for inspiration and enjoyment. The format is attractive and is preceded by three other volumes and to be followed by the fifth. The pieces are mostly unpublished, a mix of the traditional and experimental.
Supporting, reading, and contributing to the growth of poetry are great things we as readers can all do to benefit the modern literary world. Whether I like the work or not is not nearly as relevant as the concept of supporting many aspiring writers
Another gem. Each page is a treasure, thoughtfully chosen to reflect the best of the fresh. If you like poems and pictures and stories to sit in your mind, and then unfold, exploding with pleasure, you will like this.