While we concede that disco balls have hundreds of facets (there is
no standard) the great semantic conundrum has a panoply of facets
that makes physics look like snakes and ladders.
Dan Hedges currently teaches English in the Sir Wilfred Laurier School Board of Quebec. He has also taught literature at Sedbergh School, and the Celtic International School. He has lived in various international locales, including Spain and Mexico. His poems and flash fiction have appeared or are forthcoming in The Monarch Review, Haggard and Halloo Publications, Wildflower Magazine, Mad Swirl, The Journal, Undertow Magazine, Poetic Diversity Quarterly, Wilderness House Literary Review, Blink Ink, The Kenning Journal, Marco Polo Arts Magazine, Inertia Magazine, Retort Magazine, Touch Poetry, Short-Fast-and-Deadly, The Maynard, Ditch Poetry, Crack the Spine Literary Journal, The Rusty Nail, Fortunates, Jones Avenue Quarterly, Coatlism Press, Greensilk Journal, Certain Circuits, The Camel Saloon, Literary Chaos, Subtopian Magazine, and others. His Ojibway name is Kakagiwe Biness.