Posted by John Grey | Feb 16, 2018 | Poetry | 0
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by Andrea Potos | Feb 13, 2018 | Poetry | 0
Please welcome back Andrea Potos and her poetry.
by Ira Rabois | Feb 11, 2018 | Essays | 2
Instead of huddling to get away from the rain, the cold, and the miserable feeling of being soaked, I suddenly realized I could allow myself to feel the raindrops as my raincoat.
by DC Diamondopolous | Feb 6, 2018 | Fiction | 2
Peter felt like something died that day; a corner of his heart just fell off.
by Evan Guilford-Blake | Feb 8, 2018 | Artists on Craft Series | 0
In the process, I’ve come to terms with a fact of literary life: If I’m lucky, I’ll make a little money, but, alas, I’m not gonna get rich. Nor will my name become a household word.
by Elizabeth Spencer | Feb 1, 2018 | Book Reviews | 2
Perhaps in the end it is our connections with other people, both sexual and platonic, that are most important in our lives.
by Beth Burrell | Feb 4, 2018 | Essays | 11
In their close calls and slower movements, I see my future. I struggle to stave it off, desperately trying to keep up with my young adult children, working out, bracing my core, refusing to bow to the twinges and aches of my age.
by Dianne Silvestri | Jan 30, 2018 | Poetry | 0
Please welcome the poetry of Pushchart Prize nominee Dianne Silvestri.
by Chris Seitz | Jan 28, 2018 | Essays | 2
The garden became the center of my life. No matter what else I had on my agenda, working in the garden was part of every single day, barring a blizzard.