Monthly Archives: October 2015

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: KAREN PAUL HOLMES

By Karen Paul Holmes: VISITOR A bare branch lounges in my Adirondack chair under the Japanese maple– gray, elegant: Comforting to me, now without a husband, a good omen in my walled garden cocooned by snow. LIFE, ACT 3 Time … Continue reading

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Jordan A. Rothacker’s The Pit, And No Other Stories

Jordan A. Rothacker’s The Pit, And No Other Stories by Melissa Ximena Golebiowski “The Pit is a journey in itself, a ride with flashes of life and an ending in a place, in a world, you didn’t quite anticipate.” Rothacker … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JEN KARETNICK

By Jen Karetnick: ON THE WAY TO SEDER, MY HUSBAND ANSWERS phone calls from patients, their parents or partners, repeating what he has already said half-a-dozen times in the office—“I know the auras are uncomfortable, but they’re better than grand … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Apolitical American Poet

The Myth of the Apolitical American Poet by Michael T. Young     I recently heard a poet complain that the poets he friended on Facebook seemed more like activists than poets. He was considering leaving Facebook until after the … Continue reading

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