Open Session: What Readers Think


| August 2008



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VISITING GRANDMA’S: Karen Ann Bland, far left, posed with her siblings in front of her Grandma Schuckman’s house in Liebenthal, Kan., in 1962.

Happy to be published – Thanks so much for publishing my poem, My Childhood Summers, in your June issue. It’s always a thrill to see my poems in your fine magazine. My mother’s relatives all grew up in Topeka, Kan.

I’ve been lucky to have hundreds of poems and about 40 stories published in the small presses since 1983, when I enrolled in a creative writing class at my local senior center.

Sylvia E. Roberts
Escondido, Calif.


Pleased with magazine – I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy CAPPER’S. I am not an avid reader by any means, but I must confess, I read this paper from cover to cover.

The stories are great and contained on the same page. I hate having to flip pages to finish reading an article.

I am very recently a new subscriber, getting hooked on a sample copy received in the mail a short time ago. How Kansas found me in little ole Vermont, I’ll never know, but I guess thanks are in order.





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