Friday, September 30, 2011


My poem "Fermilab" (published under my then-married name) had appeared in the Nov./Dec. 1981 issue of Star*Line, journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. I post it now in connection with Devin Powell's article "Last Words" in the Sept. 24, 2011 Science News and Prof. Mark Lancaster's article "Tevatron collider falls silent today after 26 years of smash hits" in the Sept. 30, 2011 Guardian.

The Tevatron, the atom-smasher at Fermilab, closed today. It has been superseded by the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, near Geneva.

My visit to Fermilab in 1980 had inspired the poem. Karen Jollie provided the illustration.
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