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Premier Issue No. 1
August 14, 2003 - November 14, 2004

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The Star Said...
Emlyn Lewis

Dear Mr. Tax Man

Invigorating Shake
Photo Essay on Peace
Bicentennial Aries
Jon Heinrich
Stranger in Alaska
Ryan Collins

The End of Main Street
Wesley Ratko

The Fur Trapper
Evan Bynum
Travels with Dad
Sarah Edrich
Long's Peak Winter Solo
Aron Ralston
Las Vegas
Jon Heinrich
Film Review: Secretary
Josh Seifert
Your Basic Mindf***: A Review of Wayne Krantz' Latest, Your Basic Live
Brian Gagne
Interview with Silent Treatment
Chrystie Hopkins
Independence of Common Humanity
Daniel Stevens
September in Chicago
Derek Meier
Father Time was a Bastard
Dan Boudreau
Wispers of the Mind
Dan Boudreau
2 Haikus
Laura R. Prince
Sarah Edrich
Pete Pidgeon
Meniscus Premier Launch Party
Zeitgeist Gallery
Cambridge, Massachusetts
August 14, 2003
Metro Saturdays hosts
Meniscus Portland Launch
Sky Bar @ The Roxy
Portland, Maine
August 30, 2003
State of the Art
Lounge Ten
Boston, Massachussets
October 23, 2003


Enjoy your senses
in the Meniscus
Prose Lounge

Independence of Common Humanity

Good and Evil
Points of View
The Axis Centering All

Existing Energy
Remains in Flow
The World Continues to Whirl

Completely Different
Carbon Copies
Play Rhetoric Games

No Discussion
Of Peaceful Solution
Instead They Place Blame

Frightened Folks
Fear the Worst
Good Intent Misled

Resources Spent
On Opaque Shields
Cast Overhead

The Sun Blocked Out
Is Vital Knowledge
Providing New Days

Yet Spoon-fed Masses
Stay Complacent
Gloom Darkness Decay

Brave Souls
Shining Resistance
Generate Positive Light

Rays Break Through
A Mirror Cracked
Reflections Taking Flight

Shine on!
See the Earth
A pulchritudinous jewel

A Gem More Important
Than Cars
And Petroleum Fuel

Let Go of Insecurity
That Tries to Construct
The ‘Other’

Trust the Strength
In Bondage
People Work Together

Parasitic Prejudice
Eats Away
The Head

Know Prejudice
As Wrong
Prejudice Will Breed Death

One World is Actual
Not a Mere Ideal

Global Communities
One World is Very Real

Embracing or Colliding
We Arrive
At a Rapid Pace

Nuclear Fallout Or
Fresh Air
What Dish Will We Taste?

(This banter is a Daniel Stevens creation)

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