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www.washingtonsquarereview.com/blog/ Washington Square is a nationally distributed literary journal publishing fiction, essays, poetry, and interviews.

Published biannually by the students and faculty of the NYU Graduate Creative Writing Program, Washington Square also sponsors an annual literary contest and hosts an annual benefit reading in New York City.

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08/07/2021

Submissions are now open for WSR's next issue! 🤩 Send us your quirky short stories, epic poems, risky nonfiction, and eye-opening translations before October 15. We want to read anything and everything! Link in bio.

Didn't finish your ONSQU Bingo board this week? You still have until Monday 11:59 pm ET to win some prizes!TO ENTER: -Wo...
05/16/2021

Didn't finish your ONSQU Bingo board this week? You still have until Monday 11:59 pm ET to win some prizes!

TO ENTER:
-Work your way through our ONSQU Bingo board until you get five in a row
-Once you do, tag us with your completed board at #the46ers #wsr46fest #onsqubingo (an extra entry if you tag a friend😉)
-We'll announce three winners who will be chosen at random to receive some prizes

Didn't finish your ONSQU Bingo board this week? You still have until Monday 11:59 pm ET to win some prizes!

TO ENTER:
-Work your way through our ONSQU Bingo board until you get five in a row
-Once you do, tag us with your completed board at #the46ers #wsr46fest #onsqubingo (an extra entry if you tag a friend😉)
-We'll announce three winners who will be chosen at random to receive some prizes

To all of our editors, contributors, and literary community: Thank you for all you do and the stories you share. WSR wou...
05/16/2021

To all of our editors, contributors, and literary community: Thank you for all you do and the stories you share. WSR would not exist without you. What a beautiful kickoff week to Issue 46!

To all of our editors, contributors, and literary community: Thank you for all you do and the stories you share. WSR would not exist without you. What a beautiful kickoff week to Issue 46!

Nonfiction excerpt from Style Guide by Jenny Fran Davis. Issue 46 is now available at the link in our bio!
05/16/2021

Nonfiction excerpt from Style Guide by Jenny Fran Davis. Issue 46 is now available at the link in our bio!

Nonfiction excerpt from Style Guide by Jenny Fran Davis. Issue 46 is now available at the link in our bio!

"My mother once told me that giving birth felt like pushing a Lazy Susan - while it was spinning! out of your va**na."~W...
05/15/2021

"My mother once told me that giving birth felt like pushing a Lazy Susan - while it was spinning! out of your va**na."

~We're starting our weekend off right with Issue 46 nonfiction & Terri Campion's piece Thanksgiving, 1974~

"My mother once told me that giving birth felt like pushing a Lazy Susan - while it was spinning! out of your va**na."

~We're starting our weekend off right with Issue 46 nonfiction & Terri Campion's piece Thanksgiving, 1974~

Parker Tarun interviewed Andrew Martin on his writing process and new work ~ Check it out in Issue 46 of WSR!
05/15/2021

Parker Tarun interviewed Andrew Martin on his writing process and new work ~ Check it out in Issue 46 of WSR!

Parker Tarun interviewed Andrew Martin on his writing process and new work ~ Check it out in Issue 46 of WSR!

Kukuwa Ashun interviewed Yaa Gyasi about writing characters with roots embedded in Ghana and the inspiration for her new...
05/14/2021

Kukuwa Ashun interviewed Yaa Gyasi about writing characters with roots embedded in Ghana and the inspiration for her new novel Transcendent Kingdom. Thank you both!

Kukuwa Ashun interviewed Yaa Gyasi about writing characters with roots embedded in Ghana and the inspiration for her new novel Transcendent Kingdom. Thank you both!

Will Toms interviewed Hari Kunzru in Issue 46 of Washington Square Review about surveillance, the pandemic, and tech jou...
05/14/2021

Will Toms interviewed Hari Kunzru in Issue 46 of Washington Square Review about surveillance, the pandemic, and tech journalism.

Will Toms interviewed Hari Kunzru in Issue 46 of Washington Square Review about surveillance, the pandemic, and tech journalism.

Q: What are 5 things in your writing space right now?A: An old horseshoe, my daughter’s violin, Haiku by Richard Wright,...
05/14/2021

Q: What are 5 things in your writing space right now?

A: An old horseshoe, my daughter’s violin, Haiku by Richard Wright, a new book of poems by Carrie Fountain, and the last of the light on Mother’s Day. -Dobby Gibson, a featured poet in Issue 46 of WSR

Q: What are 5 things in your writing space right now?

A: An old horseshoe, my daughter’s violin, Haiku by Richard Wright, a new book of poems by Carrie Fountain, and the last of the light on Mother’s Day. -Dobby Gibson, a featured poet in Issue 46 of WSR

05/13/2021

"Instead, we keep these echoes / of her hands, working firm and gentle into a kindness that still cares for us, / that still calls our names." -Carla Sofia Ferreira, from "Elegy with Azeite e Pão de Ló" in Issue 46 (plus we love her cat!)

05/13/2021

"Some days all I can do is brush my teeth or walk the dogs or bartend for a shift at my friend's chocolate shop. It makes the writing days that much more adrenaline-filled and, like, dewy."
-Mamie Morgan about her writing practice in the last year.

Her poem "Everyone I've Danced with Is Dead" is in Issue 46 on our website. Thanks Mamie!

It's poetry day here at Washington Square! Carl Phillips featured in Issue 46:
05/13/2021

It's poetry day here at Washington Square! Carl Phillips featured in Issue 46:

It's poetry day here at Washington Square! Carl Phillips featured in Issue 46:

05/13/2021

"Dear Millenium, on a Rift Zone" ~ Karen An-hwei Lee reads her poem in Issue 46 of WSR: "If I lived... in a zone of nowhere, I'd survive / by swimming in the heat of the moment"

Issue 46 • Read Zhu Yiye's short story on our website, translated from Chinese by Liuyu Ivy Chen.
05/13/2021

Issue 46 • Read Zhu Yiye's short story on our website, translated from Chinese by Liuyu Ivy Chen.

Issue 46 • Read Zhu Yiye's short story on our website, translated from Chinese by Liuyu Ivy Chen.

Head to our Instagram to hear Kebedech Tekleab read her poem "Medicine" in Ethiopian Amharic. This piece was also transl...
05/12/2021

Head to our Instagram to hear Kebedech Tekleab read her poem "Medicine" in Ethiopian Amharic. This piece was also translated into English by Chris Beckett, B. Selassie, and Kebedech Tekleab.

Head to our Instagram to hear Kebedech Tekleab read her poem "Medicine" in Ethiopian Amharic. This piece was also translated into English by Chris Beckett, B. Selassie, and Kebedech Tekleab.

Today we're featuring WSR translations! Valzhyna Mort translates Polina Barskova's Russian poetry: "A Passionate Damsel,...
05/12/2021

Today we're featuring WSR translations! Valzhyna Mort translates Polina Barskova's Russian poetry: "A Passionate Damsel, or the Exploits of Zinaida C."

"Zinaida Bykova, a completely forgotten by now Russian poet and translator of French Symbolism, was one of more than a million victims of the Siege of Leningrad (1941-44). Like so many others, Zinaida Bykova disappeared into the darkness of the Siege seemingly without a trace – this poem is an attempt to retrace her fragile and tragic trajectory in the world of literature and history." -Valzhyna Mort, translator

Today we're featuring WSR translations! Valzhyna Mort translates Polina Barskova's Russian poetry: "A Passionate Damsel, or the Exploits of Zinaida C."

"Zinaida Bykova, a completely forgotten by now Russian poet and translator of French Symbolism, was one of more than a million victims of the Siege of Leningrad (1941-44). Like so many others, Zinaida Bykova disappeared into the darkness of the Siege seemingly without a trace – this poem is an attempt to retrace her fragile and tragic trajectory in the world of literature and history." -Valzhyna Mort, translator

Tyrel Kessinger and his short story "Pase lo que pase" ~ Thank you for sending us your work!
05/12/2021

Tyrel Kessinger and his short story "Pase lo que pase" ~ Thank you for sending us your work!

Tyrel Kessinger and his short story "Pase lo que pase" ~ Thank you for sending us your work!

05/12/2021

"How can we write the present when it has been deprived of so many of the things that make literature dynamic? Most fiction is symptomatic of public life, of life lived face to face. What fills that space?" -John Marchinkoski on how writing practices have changed in the past year. Check out "In the Kunstkamera" in Issue 46.

We asked D. Arthur: What are 5 things in your writing space right now? A: An *Nsync snow globe pen holder, a picture of ...
05/12/2021

We asked D. Arthur: What are 5 things in your writing space right now? A: An *Nsync snow globe pen holder, a picture of my mom, a thesaurus, my cat usually (Edson!), [and] whatever I’m currently reading (right now it’s Girlhood by Melissa Febos).

Check out D. Arthur's short story "Auto Body" in Issue 46!

05/11/2021

Hear Louisa Ermelino read part of her short story "It's the Nature of O***m to Conjure." Thanks Louisa for sending us your piece!

We're kicking off Fiction Tuesday with Cyan James' short story "Jack This Car." Head to the link in our bio to read more...
05/11/2021

We're kicking off Fiction Tuesday with Cyan James' short story "Jack This Car." Head to the link in our bio to read more and the rest of Issue 46!

We're kicking off Fiction Tuesday with Cyan James' short story "Jack This Car." Head to the link in our bio to read more and the rest of Issue 46!

Want to win some WSR prizes? We're playing a little ONSQU Bingo this week! 😁TO ENTER: -Work your way through our ONSQU B...
05/10/2021

Want to win some WSR prizes? We're playing a little ONSQU Bingo this week! 😁

TO ENTER:
-Work your way through our ONSQU Bingo board until you get five in a row.
-Once you do, tag us with your completed board at #the46ers #wsr46fest #onsqubingo (an extra entry if you tag a friend😉)
-We'll announce three winners on Sunday May 16. Winners will be chosen at random and receive some surprises.

Want to win some WSR prizes? We're playing a little ONSQU Bingo this week! 😁

TO ENTER:
-Work your way through our ONSQU Bingo board until you get five in a row.
-Once you do, tag us with your completed board at #the46ers #wsr46fest #onsqubingo (an extra entry if you tag a friend😉)
-We'll announce three winners on Sunday May 16. Winners will be chosen at random and receive some surprises.

It's officially here! Issue 46 is out in the world, and we couldn't be more grateful to our entire team and contributors...
05/10/2021

It's officially here! Issue 46 is out in the world, and we couldn't be more grateful to our entire team and contributors. We have genre-themed days this entire week, so stay tuned for surprises (and some opportunities to win prizes). And look at this stunning cover art by Madeleine Bialke!

05/07/2021

Our new issue is going live next week. Keep an eye out and turn on your post notifications.

"I think the only thing I know about writing is: start in the middle... Starting at the beginning is just ridiculously f...
05/05/2021

"I think the only thing I know about writing is: start in the middle... Starting at the beginning is just ridiculously frightening. And of course, the end, you know, will be there when you arrive." -Anne Carson

Check out Sara Elkamel's and NYU students' interview with Anne Carson and Robert Currie on WSR's blog.

"I think the only thing I know about writing is: start in the middle... Starting at the beginning is just ridiculously frightening. And of course, the end, you know, will be there when you arrive." -Anne Carson

Check out Sara Elkamel's and NYU students' interview with Anne Carson and Robert Currie on WSR's blog.

Hope you're enjoying the warm weather! Literary events right around the corner:    1. Asian American Writers' Workshop P...
04/26/2021

Hope you're enjoying the warm weather! Literary events right around the corner:

1. Asian American Writers' Workshop Presents: Radical Thinkers with Kadji Amin & Rajiv Mohabir - April 26, 7pm ET

Radical Thinkers places radical academics directly in conversation with trailblazing writers, poets, and artists, creating and nurturing two-way dialogues that will interrogate some of the most pressing issues facing Asian and Asian diasporic communities today.

2. The Poetry Project: Arda Collins & Monica Youn - April 28, 8pm ET

Arda Collins and Monica Youn are poets of ruthless attention––at once loving, ironic, funny, and frightening––who floodlight the mirrored questions and bounds of subjecthood, subjectivity, worldmaking, and (self-)perception. Join us for an evening with these two poets who destroy the center as quickly as they name it.

3. Poetry & the Creative Mind — Virtual Gala Supporting National Poetry Month - April 29, 7:30pm ET

The Academy of American Poets' annual gala brings together artists & public figures for a reading of favorite poems for National Poetry Month.

4. NYU Center for the Humanities Presents: A Conversation with Cree visual artist Kent Monkman - April 30, 12pm ET

Perhaps best known in NYC for his Great Hall Commission at the MET, Kent Monkman is a trailblazing multi-media artist with a wide-ranging and provocative set of interventions into Western European and American art history. Monkman’s oeuvre explores themes of colonization, extinction, sexuality, loss, and resilience, all through a prism of the complexities of historic and contemporary Indigenous experiences. Kent Monkman will be in conversation with Professors Una Chaudhuri and Simón Trujillo, introduced and moderated by Yanoula Athanassakis.

5. The Center for Fiction: Olivia Laing on Everybody with Maggie Nelson - May 6, 1pm ET

Analyzing some of the most significant and complicated figures of the past century through the lens of psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich, author Olivia Laing explores gay rights and sexual liberation, feminism, and the civil rights revolution as it relates to bodily rights in her newest book Everybody: A Book About Freedom. To discuss her life and latest work, Laing is joined by MacArthur fellow Maggie Nelson (The Argonauts, The Art of Cruelty). They will discuss freedom and the celebration of the ways that bodies can resist oppression and reshape the world.

Hope you're enjoying the warm weather! Literary events right around the corner:

1. Asian American Writers' Workshop Presents: Radical Thinkers with Kadji Amin & Rajiv Mohabir - April 26, 7pm ET

Radical Thinkers places radical academics directly in conversation with trailblazing writers, poets, and artists, creating and nurturing two-way dialogues that will interrogate some of the most pressing issues facing Asian and Asian diasporic communities today.

2. The Poetry Project: Arda Collins & Monica Youn - April 28, 8pm ET

Arda Collins and Monica Youn are poets of ruthless attention––at once loving, ironic, funny, and frightening––who floodlight the mirrored questions and bounds of subjecthood, subjectivity, worldmaking, and (self-)perception. Join us for an evening with these two poets who destroy the center as quickly as they name it.

3. Poetry & the Creative Mind — Virtual Gala Supporting National Poetry Month - April 29, 7:30pm ET

The Academy of American Poets' annual gala brings together artists & public figures for a reading of favorite poems for National Poetry Month.

4. NYU Center for the Humanities Presents: A Conversation with Cree visual artist Kent Monkman - April 30, 12pm ET

Perhaps best known in NYC for his Great Hall Commission at the MET, Kent Monkman is a trailblazing multi-media artist with a wide-ranging and provocative set of interventions into Western European and American art history. Monkman’s oeuvre explores themes of colonization, extinction, sexuality, loss, and resilience, all through a prism of the complexities of historic and contemporary Indigenous experiences. Kent Monkman will be in conversation with Professors Una Chaudhuri and Simón Trujillo, introduced and moderated by Yanoula Athanassakis.

5. The Center for Fiction: Olivia Laing on Everybody with Maggie Nelson - May 6, 1pm ET

Analyzing some of the most significant and complicated figures of the past century through the lens of psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich, author Olivia Laing explores gay rights and sexual liberation, feminism, and the civil rights revolution as it relates to bodily rights in her newest book Everybody: A Book About Freedom. To discuss her life and latest work, Laing is joined by MacArthur fellow Maggie Nelson (The Argonauts, The Art of Cruelty). They will discuss freedom and the celebration of the ways that bodies can resist oppression and reshape the world.

Happy Earth Day!
04/22/2021
Readings for Earth Day — Washington Square Review

Happy Earth Day!

With Earth Day around the corner, the folks at Washington Square Review have a few recommended readings to get you in the mood to the protect the environment. Below, you’ll find poems and short fiction excerpts interrogating topics from our planet’s essential biodiversity, deforestation, factory...

"If I can read a book, I know there are places where people are surviving." Check out Cai Rodrigues-Sherley's interview ...
04/15/2021
On Facilitating Poetry and Writing Black Trans Histories: An Interview With Cai Rodrigues-Sherley — Washington Square Review

"If I can read a book, I know there are places where people are surviving." Check out Cai Rodrigues-Sherley's interview on our blog!

I was writing whatever I thought people might expect of me. I was writing a lot about my identity, my transness, and my Blackness. Those are still things that I’m writing about and I care about, but the MFA has given me the freedom to feel that I can write other things and that I can play.

Congratulations to Jae Nichelle for being featured in Best New Poets! Her poem, “Three Churches Burn in Louisiana,” was ...
04/11/2021
Jae Nichelle — Washington Square Review

Congratulations to Jae Nichelle for being featured in
Best New Poets! Her poem, “Three Churches Burn in Louisiana,” was previously published in our Issue #45.

Issue 45, Spring 2020

"I spend hours / indulging my urges / to give French / kisses / to the philosophers / and so forth / in unofficial / cou...
04/05/2021
What unites us is a link — Washington Square Review

"I spend hours / indulging my urges / to give French / kisses / to the philosophers / and so forth / in unofficial / countries / the sweet and sour ones / and the salty ones / and even the acid ones / melt away from me / cut me / beat me / lift the whip / yesterday History / was one hundred pages long."

-Excerpt from "What unites us is a link" By Legna Rodríguez Iglesias, Translated by Cynthia Steele

What unites us is a link By Legna Rodríguez Iglesias Translated by Cynthia Steele   5 And so on Youtube I spend hours indulging my urges to give French kisses to the philosophers and so forth in unofficial countries the sweet and sour ones and the salty ones and even

In her review of Inheritance by Taylor Johnson, Adrianna Smithwrites, “I believe Johnson is one of the more important an...
03/25/2021
Light That Sings Through Me: Taylor Johnson’s Inheritance — Washington Square Review

In her review of Inheritance by Taylor Johnson, Adrianna Smith
writes, “I believe Johnson is one of the more important and nuanced writers to come out of DC, the city I also call home."

Johnson, a Black, trans, non-binary poet, dismantles the linearity of inheritance in their explorations of family, language, and narrative. The poems are both searching and declarative: “I tell myself to live again.” It is Johnson’s most intimate invitation that they welcome us into their way ...

Happy spring! Here's to more writing events and warm weather:1. The Poetry Project: Marie Buck & Serena Devi, with a gue...
03/23/2021

Happy spring! Here's to more writing events and warm weather:

1. The Poetry Project: Marie Buck & Serena Devi, with a guest introduction by Farnoosh Fathi ~ March 25, 8pm ET

The hum and flush of mortality’s long punchline animates the work of Marie Buck and Serena Devi, where life endlessly exceeds its limits, where no mystery is ever solved. These poems challenge everything static, permanent, and inevitable to ask with a hedonist glow, how did it turn out this way, whatever way this is. RSVP on Eventbrite.

2. Asian American Writers' Workshop: 2020 Margins Fellows & Mentors Reading ~ March 26, 7pm ET

A home for the next generation of Asian diasporic literature, the Margins Fellowship supports four emerging writers each year. Celebrate the 2020 Margins cohort with our Fellows—Joseph Lee, Emily Lee Luan, Sarah Thankam Mathews, and Emperatriz Ung—and their mentors, Susan Choi, Mitchell S. Jackson, Carmen Maria Machado, and Wendy Xu. RSVP on Eventbrite.

3. Cave Canem & Lambda Literary: New Dreams: Poems and Conversation ~ March 26, 8pm ET

Poets Kay Ulanday Barrett, Bernard Ferguson, torrin a. greathouse, and Khadijah Queen share new commissioned poems on the environment. This event is presented as part of the Poetry Coalition’s collaborative exploration of the theme “It is burning./ It is dreaming./ It is waking up.: Poetry & Environmental Justice.” Events in this series aim to demonstrate how poetry can positively provoke questions in communities about environmental justice and spark increased engagement with this urgent topic. Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ovFjixuATjKmff2UwblmpA

4. Segue Reading Series Presents: Anaïs Duplan + Legacy Russell ~ March 27, 5pm ET

Segue and Artists Space want to collectively affirm our longstanding commitments to the necessity of artistic work that interrogates and challenges the world as such in addition to ways of expansively sharing space. Zoom link: https://artistsspace.org/programs/segue-reading-series-anais-duplan-legacy-russell

5. Wells College Visiting Writers Series: Shane McCrae ~ March 28, 7pm ET

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87364933353#success

Happy spring! Here's to more writing events and warm weather:

1. The Poetry Project: Marie Buck & Serena Devi, with a guest introduction by Farnoosh Fathi ~ March 25, 8pm ET

The hum and flush of mortality’s long punchline animates the work of Marie Buck and Serena Devi, where life endlessly exceeds its limits, where no mystery is ever solved. These poems challenge everything static, permanent, and inevitable to ask with a hedonist glow, how did it turn out this way, whatever way this is. RSVP on Eventbrite.

2. Asian American Writers' Workshop: 2020 Margins Fellows & Mentors Reading ~ March 26, 7pm ET

A home for the next generation of Asian diasporic literature, the Margins Fellowship supports four emerging writers each year. Celebrate the 2020 Margins cohort with our Fellows—Joseph Lee, Emily Lee Luan, Sarah Thankam Mathews, and Emperatriz Ung—and their mentors, Susan Choi, Mitchell S. Jackson, Carmen Maria Machado, and Wendy Xu. RSVP on Eventbrite.

3. Cave Canem & Lambda Literary: New Dreams: Poems and Conversation ~ March 26, 8pm ET

Poets Kay Ulanday Barrett, Bernard Ferguson, torrin a. greathouse, and Khadijah Queen share new commissioned poems on the environment. This event is presented as part of the Poetry Coalition’s collaborative exploration of the theme “It is burning./ It is dreaming./ It is waking up.: Poetry & Environmental Justice.” Events in this series aim to demonstrate how poetry can positively provoke questions in communities about environmental justice and spark increased engagement with this urgent topic. Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ovFjixuATjKmff2UwblmpA

4. Segue Reading Series Presents: Anaïs Duplan + Legacy Russell ~ March 27, 5pm ET

Segue and Artists Space want to collectively affirm our longstanding commitments to the necessity of artistic work that interrogates and challenges the world as such in addition to ways of expansively sharing space. Zoom link: https://artistsspace.org/programs/segue-reading-series-anais-duplan-legacy-russell

5. Wells College Visiting Writers Series: Shane McCrae ~ March 28, 7pm ET

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87364933353#success

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Enjoy "Mud Puddle", my flash fiction story about a widow who adopts an orphaned pig, in Washington Square Review!
Story of the Week: Your "Me" Report by Emily Hunt Kivel in Washington Square Review. A cunningly moving, explicitly wisecracking and charming story about family, gender, self, and violence. "In Your “Me” Report, I hoped for a write-up that could either confirm or deny the malignant source growing within either me or, more hopefully, the world around me. I’d been looking at the website for weeks. I wanted a piece of paper that would sum up exactly what was wrong with my world and/or world- view and give a few helpful tips on how to cure it. Later that evening, I walked home and clomped up the seven stories to my apartment. Then I sat on my couch and video-chatted with a woman in a lab coat for forty-five minutes. I knew of course that the lab coat was sketchy. I knew of course that there was an element of pomp and circumstance to Your “Me” Report. I wasn’t an idiot. At 12:57 p.m. that next day, Saturday, as I was sitting by the window and eating massaman curry, Your “Me” Report emailed me with my “Me” Report. “Raw, libidinal urges supplanted by intrusive thoughts and violent ideations. 95/100 chance of becoming a serial killer,” it said."
"I think of chapbooks as these gems that you can sit down and read in one sitting." Washington Square Review interviews JinJin Xu!
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Into #America_Earth_Proud_Day_Fundamentals lay 2 fundamentals of FUNDAMENTAL loses 7000 years, and God don't let My to get it 40 years ago, considering to be too young maybe, and reading it for getting as American, then Was a #God_Wish as #USA to be #America_Good_Morning_Future In Science and Culture. #OHIO_Proud ! By 5 years I said every time In #America_Earth_Proud_Day_Fundamentals lay maybe another 100 years of fundamentals in Science and #Research, don't let my single in a Titanic Work! FOR MY AMERICA EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS brought what I WAS LUCKING FOR (SOON IN #INERTON BOOK EXPLANATION FOR, WHICH WILL BE A #SCIENCE_FICTION BOOK until proof contrary!) , BUT THERE IS A LOT MORE FOR SURE! {Please forgive My part about our Climatic Disorders care, but I yet think we are able to fight maybe with, and even at small price then #Mars_Colonize spent price, mars colonize is a hope when Earth Climatic is our Existence!} With Honesty and all Respect I Present to you THE BIGGEST HUMAN SCIENCE AND CULTURE DISCOVERY EVER(AMERICA EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS) , and not because I worked to it 40 years, but because of a #Science_Logic_Value - ABSOLUTE TRUTH - . I know, you, like my been impressed by Integral and Differential Calculus, but I remind you Integral Calculus is a SUM (in shorts words), then we can't to forget #Linear_Algebra, #Geometry, and neither #Trigonometry in our work, then this biggest Discovery can be also a #Good_Morning_Future_In_Humanity_Science_And_Culture ! #Ion_Murgu_The_Lost_Fundamental is in all senses #Fundamental_Of_Fundamentals which lay with all rights at the Base Of Mathematics where Functional begin, Over pure Arithmetic and separation for. I was working for it 40 years, but not directly to Fermat's Last Theorem , but my work brought my there also. #America_brought_The_Best_Contribution_Ever_Anybody_brought_To_Humanity_Science_And_Culture_Thesaurus, and it is a sign #America_Is_A_Good_Morning_Future . I am really sorry, #ROYAL_INSTITUTION_OF_GREAT_BRITAIN, but I can't let a false solution for #Fermat_Last_Theorem . Are #Scientifically_Motivations as, Fermat's Last Theorem have an absolute right to FUNDAMENTAL now, new aspects which correct solution brought, has to have to much real importance for #Science . #AmericaEarthProudDayFundamentals #ClimaticDisorder DOT COM WASN'T COMING WITH A PROOF FOR any n's as power for Fermat's Last Theorem , BUT INSTEAD GENERALIZE a solution for all n's as powers and then ======= AFTER 400 YEARS GET AFTER ALL HUMANITY RIGHTS FOR = Fermat's Last Theorem = the right to UNIVERSAL = THEN FROM 2015 SEPTEMBER 24 . ***FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM - FUNDAMENTAL*** This SEPTEMBER 24 to - CLIMATIC DISORDER DOT COM, CLIMATIC HARMONY DOT ORG and a part of #Earth, will CELEBRATE: THE 5TH EARTH PROUD DAY "A DAY OF VIRTUAL APPRECIATION FOR EARTH AS UNTIL NOW SINGLE LIFE CLIMATIC PARAMETERS ACCEPTANCE BUT ALSO THE DAY WHEN FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM BECAME FUNDAMENTAL IN SCIENCE. in 2015 September 24, AMERICA, BROUGHT 2 FUNDAMENTALS as the best contribution anybody make to Humanity Science And Culture Universal. AMERICA EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS brought a lot of new for #Science : 1. Double False Redundancy Of Truth. 2. Fermat - Murgu Quadruplets as a new group in #LinearAlgebra . 3 Murgu Quadruplets also as comparative on. 4. Fermat Equations as Irrationals Integrator's. 5. Blessed Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem EXCEPTIONS. 6. ION MURGU , Special Irrationals which define all Irrational Field. 7. Pythagorean Prime Numbers by Ion Murgu. 8. Euler - Murgu Equations 1=1. 9. Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem BLESSED EXCEPTIONS. \& first 2 -two qualitative approach - one FOR #PHYSICS AND ONE FOR #LOGIC . 10. ps: #FermatMurguQuadruplets single #RibetEpsilon accepted by Fermat Equations non modular #AbelPrize for PROOF "n=3 as power". 11. A co-lateral but full of beauty #Paradox - Ion Murgu Circles Paradox. 12. FOR PHYSICS BROUGHT "#INERTON' OR #THETEAROFGEEA AND TO HOPE #SHOEThory - SCIENCE HOPE OVER EVERYTHING THEORY. "https://www.climaticdisorder.com/hstp/ "
WITH ALL HONESTY , DIGNITY BUT AS HUMAN PROUD, I PRESENT TO YOU - humanity science and culture universal thesaurus - HIDED BY 5 YEARS BUT FOR SURE WILL BE, HUMANITY PROUDLY MILLENNIUM 3 SCIENCE AND CULTURE EVENT. I worked 40 and years for ***America Earth Proud Day Fundamental*** and not to solve Fermat's Last Theorem but to have a explanations for (1/r)^2 Dependencies in Physics, which brought my here> I know Mr. #Andrew_Wiles worked by dreaming to solve Fermat, but I am Sorry #PROOF is only a PROOF , regrets isn't neither a PROOF! #America_Good_Morning_Future #OHIO_Proud ! By 5 years I said every time In #America_Earth_Proud_Day_Fundamentals lay maybe another 100 years of fundamentals in Science and #Research, don't let my single in a Titanic Work! FOR MY AMERICA EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS brought what I WAS LUCKING FOR (SOON IN #INERTON BOOK EXPLANATION FOR) , BUT THERE IS A LOT MORE FOR SURE! {Please forgive My part about our Climatic Disorders care, but I yet think we are able to fight maybe with, and even at small price then #Mars_Colonize spent price, mars colonize is a hope when Earth Climatic is our Existence!} With Honesty and all Respect I Present to you THE BIGGEST HUMAN SCIENCE AND CULTURE DISCOVERY EVER(AMERICA EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS) , and not because I worked to it 40 years, but because of a #Science_Logic_Value - ABSOLUTE TRUTH - . I know, you, like my been impressed by Integral and Differential Calculus, but I remind you Integral Calculus is a SUM (in shorts words), then we can't to forget #Linear_Algebra, #Geometry, and neither #Trigonometry in our work, then this biggest Discovery can be also a #Good_Morning_Future_In_Humanity_Science_And_Culture ! #Ion_Murgu_The_Lost_Fundamental is in all senses #Fundamental_Of_Fundamentals which lay with all rights at the Base Of Mathematics where Functional begin, Over pure Arithmetic and separation for. I was working for it 40 years, but not directly to Fermat's Last Theorem , but my work brought my there also. #America_brought_The_Best_Contribution_Ever_Anybody_brought_To_Humanity_Science_And_Culture_Thesaurus, and it is a sign #America_Is_A_Good_Morning_Future . I am really sorry, #ROYAL_INSTITUTION_OF_GREAT_BRITAIN, but I can't let a false solution for #Fermat_Last_Theorem . Are #Scientifically_Motivations as, Fermat's Last Theorem have an absolute right to FUNDAMENTAL now, new aspects which correct solution brought, has to have to much real importance for #Science . By 5 Years #America brought 2 FUNDAMENTALS, maybe you don't understood, or didn't paid ATTENTION, read more times, is about FUNDAMENTALS AS BASE OF SCIENCE AND LOGIC BASE. #Love_Is_Our_Name , #Our_Soul_Is_Love! #New_Era_In_Science_began_2015_September_24 By 5 years I am waiting For #Academics , #Mathematicians , #Mathematics, #UNIVERSITY 'S and all to understand : for #Fermat_Last_Theorem , #PROOF isn't #IS_NOT_PROOF even for n =3, because The Function introduced there for modularity is out for #Fermat_Equations , and we can't speak there about Modular (see #Fermat_Murgu_Quadruplets ), there are for every n's #infinity_divergent_functionality which are a problem of future. if will consider is necessary to afford it . 2015_September_24 American Physicist SENT Fermat's Last Theorem in FUNDAMENTAL and now Science get BASICS_FUNDAMENTALS_OF_MATHEMATICS_FUNCTIONAL ,#ION_MURGU_THE_LOST_FUNDAMENTAL and #Fermat_s_Last_Theorem_Fundamental Mathematics make a new #Point_Of_Reentry into #Science_Base , and the future will decide if will change any in! ALSO, America via #Physicist_Ion_Murgu_From_Ohio_USA brought The Best Ever Contribution, anybody make, to #Humanity_Science_And_Culture_Thesaurus . **A M E R I C A 2015 SEPTEMBER 24 WILL CHANGE SCIENCE FUTURE AND EVEN CULTURE - STAY WITH US FOR A NEW 1000 YEARS TRAVEL** With #ShoeTheory , but with #Inerton or The Tear Of Geea, #Physics will know a #NewEra , and a lot will not more like before, #Cosmology, #Astrophysics, and even #ElementaryParticlesTheory , come with My to understand for what I was LOSING more then 40 years for, because of a calculus mistake!!* This Spring all nature was acting weird, plants but especially trees suffered with us. Maybe motivation was Corona Virus, or a old weird phenomena which began long time ago and is strong sign of CLIMATIC DISORDERS - DEPERSONALIZATION OF THE SEASONS - or both , but scaring anyway!*??? #DEPERSONALIZATIONOFTHESEASONS was observed 17 years ago by climaticdisorder DOT COM AND CRY, but by then the signs are becoming more evidently every year! Humanity and Life in generally seem to be in the front of ever strongest enemy which confronted also thousands years ago (SEE APOCALYPTIC STORY'S INTERPRETED WITH LOGICAL MIND) => #ClimaticChange (#ClimateChange maybe improper) which is announced by Climatic Disorders. We are not yet there , but have a merit, at technological level we are, to try to avoid ever it! Need to understood as in reality our #CivilSocietyPillars implied in #politic at the time, or in #finance directly, or even in #business do not have free time , and any times neither direct interest to be preoccupied about #LifeClimatic and disorders into #LifeClimaticAcceptanceParameters, because they are any times fighting with any urgent hazards problems, what keep of #social or #economy . THEN : With 2015 September 24 , a new era in #Science began, and #AmericaEarthProudDayFundamentals seem to be opening a new hope to #GoodMorningFuture ! *****************JOIN TO**************** *A M E R I C A EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS* TO FIGHT EPHEMERA AND ALL CLIMATIC DISORDERS We can't stay all times by now hided back of an astronaut costume , for maybe a long period of time our church is outside, everybody, and Climatic Disorder is coming with a hope there too! Join to, public and new #OpenSources Climatic Disorder DOTCOM TO FIGHT WITH last, and strongest Climatic Disorder #CoronaVirus which can send HUMANITY in #Ephemeral , but also unite us all, because is BLIND and hit even billionaires or #CivilSocietyPillars !!!!!!!!!!! By Blessing Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem BLESSED EXCEPTIONS Fermat's Last Theorem brought itself at THE BASE OF #Physics via #Inerton. Join to Climatic Disorder DOTCOM to try to fight against Climatic Disorders as biologic, climate , etc. - to try to avoid so #ClimateChange which can to mean also #EarthLifeClimaticAcceptanceParameters loss! #HumanityScienceThesaurus #AmericaEarthProudDayFundamentals #ClimaticDisorder DOT COM WASN'T COMING WITH A PROOF FOR any n's as power for Fermat's Last Theorem , BUT INSTEAD GENERALIZE a solution for all n's as powers and then ======= AFTER 400 YEARS GET AFTER ALL HUMANITY RIGHTS FOR = Fermat's Last Theorem = the right to UNIVERSAL = THEN FROM 2015 SEPTEMBER 24 . ***FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM - FUNDAMENTAL*** This SEPTEMBER 24 to - CLIMATIC DISORDER DOT COM, CLIMATIC HARMONY DOT ORG and a part of #Earth, will CELEBRATE: THE 5TH EARTH PROUD DAY "A DAY OF VIRTUAL APPRECIATION FOR EARTH AS UNTIL NOW SINGLE LIFE CLIMATIC PARAMETERS ACCEPTANCE BUT ALSO THE DAY WHEN FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM BECAME FUNDAMENTAL IN SCIENCE. in 2015 September 24, AMERICA, BROUGHT 2 FUNDAMENTALS as the best contribution anybody make to Humanity Science And Culture Universal. AMERICA EARTH PROUD DAY FUNDAMENTALS brought a lot of new for #Science : 1. Double False Redundancy Of Truth. 2. Fermat - Murgu Quadruplets as a new group in #LinearAlgebra . 3 Murgu Quadruplets also as comparative on. 4. Fermat Equations as Irrationals Integrator's. 5. Blessed Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem EXCEPTIONS. 6. ION MURGU , Special Irrationals which define all Irrational Field. 7. Pythagorean Prime Numbers by Ion Murgu. 8. Euler - Murgu Equations 1=1. 9. Pythagorean Triples as Fermat's Last Theorem BLESSED EXCEPTIONS. \& first 2 -two qualitative approach - one FOR #PHYSICS AND ONE FOR #LOGIC . 10. ps: #FermatMurguQuadruplets single #RibetEpsilon accepted by Fermat Equations non modular #AbelPrize for PROOF "n=3 as power". 11. Pythagorean Triples blessed as Fermat's Last Theorem Exceptions which confirm The Rule. 12. A co-lateral but full of beauty #Paradox - Ion Murgu Circles Paradox. 14. FOR PHYSICS BROUGHT "#INERTON' OR #THETEAROFGEEA AND TO HOPE #SHOEThory - SCIENCE HOPE OVER EVERYTHING THEORY. #Microsoft #Google #Facebook #Apple #Twiter #CISCO & ALL. #UnderHumanityNaturalLawOfCopyright - #AmericanScienceThesaurus ,#EuropeanScienceThesaurus "https://www.climaticdisorder.com/hstp/ "