Syndic Literary Journal

Syndic Library Narrations ~ J.H. Johns ~ Part 1

September 11, 2001

(Photo by Gilbert Ortiz)


Syndic Narrations  ~ The Art of the Spoken Word

Published by LeRoy Chatfield


Poet J.H. Johns

Narrator Paul Churchill Mann

Note from the Publisher:

New York Poet,  J.H.Johns, was living in New York City on September 11, 2001 when the Twin Towers World Trade Center was attacked by foreign  terrorists with two hijacked  U.S. Airliners. The towers collapsed killing more than 2,600 people.

J.H. Johns wrote 41 poems to document and comment about his experience. Paul Churchill Mann, an accomplished narrator and colleague of Johns, read these 41 poems for publication in Syndic Literary Journal No. 18. (March 2018)

 Syndic Narrations  presents in this publication the first 11 poems narrated by Paul Churchill Mann.


We Watch Each Other

It Was

As If

We Were Gong To Go

Something Really Bad

Used To Be

Tower Two

A Death in the Family

Day After Week

I Found Your Card



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