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A quite active group with some fine poets represented.

I rank it a B -- could become an A with more attention to detail/art.

Generally a good selection but I don't care for the format so far.

One good, one bad issue -- too early to tell.

A beautifully produced little journal, and the haiku in the issues I have seen is OK. The consignment of author's names to the back is annoying to say the least.

HPNC's Mariposa is a nice little journal, not nearly as valuable or varied or high-quality as Woodnotes (which it replaces, more or less), but it doesn't have much substance, and its practice of not putting authors' names with each poem is a very bad decision.

Never seen or heard of it.

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