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Word Worth Volume XIV, 2014, Issues are available by clicking on the name of the month below.Get Acrobat Reader  Adobe Reader is needed to access them.  A free copy is available here>

January - February

Word Worth® is excited to be going to a bi-monthly format this year, publishing every two months. In our fast-paced world, we hope this will allow everyone a chance to relax and see the issue before it changes.

The editorial this month,  They Got Rid of the Wrong One by M H Perry, is unusual for us; our columnist Michael J. Cahill discusses the silence of good men. On the Arts we have kept a clip from a reading by poet Hale Chatfield.

March - April

March and April’s Word Worth® Magazine:  Our Editorial this month,  The Third Season by M H Perry, goes back to analysis of the modern Aristotelian tragedy, House of Cards; our Column by Sunny Woods is a sardonic look at winter—especially this one. In the Arts section, we have a well wrought work by Hiram College student, Shelby List.

May - June

Welcome to May and June’s Word Worth® Magazine.  Our Editorial this month is M H Perry's Keynote address to Eclectic Scholars of Hiram College; our Column is Pizza Giant by Susan Coburn. In the Arts section, we have Acrylic Miniatures by Marien Helz painted on eye glass lenses.

July - August

Welcome to July and August’s Word Worth®  Magazine. Our Editorial this month is Anna Seymour's Favorites; our Column is Nightfall by Michael J. Cahill. In the Arts section, we pleased to again have Poetry by Lisa Wiley.

September - October

Welcome to September and October’s Word Worth® Magazine.  Our Editorial this month is by M H Perry on William Wordsworth; our Column is about the Romantic poetry movement of which Wordsworth was the ultimate representative. In the Arts section, we are presenting one of our Rediscovering: this month William Wordsworth.

November - December

Welcome to November and December’s Word Worth® Magazine. Our Editorial What Do We Do with the Poor is by Anna Seymour; our Column is Dawn of Digital Art by Verna Marie O'Donnell. In the Arts section, we present O'Donnell's digital works.


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Contributors: Marien Helz
· Aurelia Perry · Susan Johnson · Banwell Goddard · David Clark · Tiffany M. [Stuck] Perry · Wayne Johnson · Alastair Reid · Pei-Hua Chiang  · Ilina Sen [Rita Banerji] · Ruth Hitchings · Darin Boville · Ron Colgrove · Carl Dennis · Renee Oubre · Carolyn Scott Panzica · K Srinivasan · Charles Miess · Aurelia Perry · Cam Adams · Michelle M Mayer · Gary Earl Ross · Cheryl Rofer · Charles Bartolotta · Joy Walsh · Kevin H. Siepel · John T. Baker · Tambourine Gray · Harvey Kaye · Nettie Veling · Graceann Macleod · Anna Seymour · Kateri van Huystee · Kevin Roe · Beverly Roe · Dave Trageser · Susanne Woyciechowicz · Nancy Palmer Miess · Jean Katter · Leslie Marks · Britta Monaco · Nick Monaco · Malka Davis · Howard Miller · Christian Belz · Christopher Wittman · Linda Cross · Bruce Berger ·  Barbara DuBois · James Francis Cahillane · Cathy Crenshaw Doheny · Ross M. Hall · Bonnie Fields · Philip K. Edwards · Helen Peppe · Elizabeth Morana · Jennifer Campbell · Helen Peppe · Elaine Greensmith Jordan · Marie O'Donnell · Robert Coats · Sean Flury · Joshua DeMont · Lisa Wiley · Shaun Bellavia · Dr. Sheenu Srinivasan · Charlie Callan · Judith Washington · Sunny Woods · Hannah French· Joel Hooks · Brian Michael Norris ·  Eryn Leedale-Merwart  ·  Michael J. Cahill ·  Samantha Greiner  · Amy Conley · Vira Katolik · David Kiphuth · Shelby List · Susan Coburn

Distinguished Selections:  Hale Chatfield ·  Armin W. Helz ·  Rabindranath Tagore ·  Herman Melville ·  William Shakespeare ·  E. A. Robinson ·  Mark L Kaufman ·  Edward Fitzgerald ·  William  Wordsworth ·  William Blake ·  John Greenleaf Whittier ·  Alexander Pope ·
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