A resentful person was complaining on Radio 4 last month, after his dismal stage musical was roasted by the critics. "Nobody ever raised a statue to a critic," he whined.
In homage to this gentleman, we print this photograph of the statue to the great critic Saint-Beuve in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris.

Larry Schug
More Nail Poems

Raud Kennedy
Café Tables

Chris Major

Richard Fein
Dead Wires
A Redolence of Eden
The Hopeful Lepidopterist

Nigel McLoughlin
The Naming of Things
Spelling it Out

Louie Crew
My First Lady
Boxed Out
Windshield, Message left on Gwailo's

Jack Conway
"Pleading My Case to a
Judicial Fruit Basket"  

L. Fullington
Letters from some Friends
No 12: Antonio Gaudi

Bruce Bentzman's
Suburban Soliloquy No 84

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