Poetry

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The Dead Girl

By Pixie Willo | April 27, 2021

Pixie Willo is a writer, reviewer, voice actor, and performance poet from the Blue Mountains. For the last three years Pixie has worked as a theatre reviewer and producer for the Stages theatre show for 2Ser FM; as well as creating audio packages for 2Ser’s Gay Panic show interviewing queer and diverse people in and around the Sydney area. She currently works as a creative writer for Entertainment Blue Mountains. As a creative writer she has written, produced and directed … READ MORE…

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A Genre

By Merridawn Duckler and Shiri Kester | April 27, 2021

This work is a collaboration between the poet Merridawn Duckler and the film maker Shiri Kester in honor of her grandfather, a survivor of the Shoah.

Runaway

By Nathaniel Terrell | April 19, 2021

Nathaniel Terrell resides in Western NY. He is an accomplished writer, poet, author, and artist. In 2014, he published an inaugural collection poems titled Here Goes Nothing, through Mylk ‘n’ Honee publishing. His work has been featured in Cram Journal, Writing Raw, Fine Line Journal, Maudlin House, Good Men Project, Finding the Birds, Havik, Nine Cloud Journal. His book Is There Not a Cause? was released April 7th by Atmosphere press and is available for purchase via atmospherepress.com, Amazon and Barnes … READ MORE…

Lightning Bolts and Scars

By Gregory Ormson | April 19, 2021

Gregory Ormson works with Russell Thorburn, NEA award recipient, in creating works of poetry and song. Thorburn is a playwright with several books of poetry and a novel. Gregory Ormson’s ‘Midwest Intimations’ was the winning essay in the Eastern Iowa Review’s lyric nonfiction contest (Summer 2017) He won Indiana Review’s 13 word tweet contest in 2015. Guitaris Derrell Syria joined Ormson and Thorburn on this song/poem collaboration. Ormson words, Thorburn piano and edits, Syria guitar. #motorcyclingyogiG Twitter: GAOrmson “My words … READ MORE…

Seasons

By Linathi Makanda | April 12, 2021

Linathi Makanda is a South African photographer and storyteller. She is the author of the poetry and prose collection When No One Is Watching. Born and raised in Mthatha, a small town in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, her hopes are to open the doors of opportunity for many other black womxn creatives to occupy spaces as well as redefine the capabilities of womxn creatives and womxn in general. Makanda’s photographic works have been recognized by publications such … READ MORE…

Doctor Day

By Charlie Basil | April 12, 2021

Charlie Basil is a Twin Cities-based spoken word artist and latinx activist. He currently attends Cornell College for Creative Writing.

Poetry Collection by Natascha Graham

By Natascha Graham | March 29, 2021

Natascha Graham is a lesbian writer of stage and screen as well as fiction and poetry living on the east coast of England with her wife and two young children. Her poetry and fiction have been frequently aired on BBC Radio and published in Every Day Fiction, Acumen, Litro, and Yahoo News to name but a few, while her stage work has been staged at the Mercury Theatre, Thornhill Theatre London, and won the best monologue prize at Fifth Avenue … READ MORE…

Apfelbaum by Laura J. Braverman

By Brooklyn Davidson | December 6, 2018

LAURA J. BRAVERMAN is a writer and artist. Her poetry has appeared in Levure Litteraire, Live Encounters, The BeZINE, California Quarterly, and Mediterranean Poetry. Her first collection of poetry, In the Absence of Defense Against Loss, will be published in 2019 by Cosmographia Books. She lives in Lebanon and Austria with her family. Apfelbaum For a long time I believed Martin Luther said these words: Even if I knew tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant … READ MORE…

Advice for Saying Hello by Ace Boggess

By Brooklyn Davidson | November 15, 2018

ACE BOGGESS is an author of three books of poetry, most recently Ultra Deep Field (Brick Road Poetry Press, 2017), and the novel A Song Without a Melody (Hyperborea Publishing, 2016). His fourth poetry collection, I Have Lost the Art of Dreaming It So, is forthcoming from Unsolicited Press. His writing has appeared in Harvard Review, Mid-American Review, RATTLE, River Styx, North Dakota Quarterly and many other journals. He lives in Charleston, West Virginia.   Advice for Saying Hello I’m … READ MORE…

Three Poems at 55 by Kelly King Walden

By Brooklyn Davidson | October 11, 2018

KELLY KING WALDEN blogs at kellylogos.net, which is also her Twitter handle (without the net:) She has raised children (4, one from Ethiopia) and mentors teens and college students. She created an ACT Prep business, which she runs, and writes on the side for various online magazines and a local magazine. She has only published one poem, at Plough Quarterly. She has a Master’s in English and has taught school and college in the past.   Padded Van We were … READ MORE…