The Summer Solstice Collection

TAR's third issue

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Summer Solstice is an occurrence that happens twice a year, in June in the Northern Hemisphere and in December in the Southern Hemisphere. In 2021 Summer Solstice will occur on June 20th in the Northern Hemisphere. Summer Solstice is a time of celebration, soaking up the sunlight and relaxing into summer's gentle touch - whatever that may mean.

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Mandarins are symbolic of Summer Solstice. The sun-colored fruit represent eternal life, harmony and rebirth. Mandarins are praised for their luminous appeal; therefore, Mandarins serve as the perfect representation of the beauties of Summer Solstice. 

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The production of this collection would never have been possible without the amazing efforts of our Reading team and our Editing team. Thank you all so much for your efforts, dedication and compassion. 

Thank you to all the writers and artists who have submitted to our review. Thank you for trusting us with your work. 

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POETRY/PROSE

Regina Caggiano

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Emily Adams-Aucoin

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Alexis Telyczka

Kelsey Day

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Rose Jenny

Anna Sharudenko

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Kamil Czyz

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Rena Medow

Kim Mattheussens

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Heather Joinville

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Bri Craig

ARTWORK