Posts by alycewilson

Fall Reading Period

By on Sep 17, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

There will be a brief interruption in our normal production schedule as we get caught up with reading your submissions. Look for us to resume soon!

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Featured Works: Week of Sep 4 (Beauty All Around)

By on Sep 3, 2017 in Featured | Comments Off

Through the eye of an artist, the eye of a poet, we can find beauty everywhere, as this week’s contributors demonstrate. “American Exceptional” by Llyn Clague serves as an ars poetica, finding inspiration all over America. “Cleveland Haiku #384” and “Cleveland Haiku #385” by Michael Ceraolo encapsulate moments in the city where he lives. “Always Assessing Size” by David Thornbrugh contemplates what animals notice about the world. “Blue Loneliness,” “Distinct” and “Exile” by Fabrice...

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Cleveland Haiku #384

By on Sep 3, 2017 in Featured, Poetry | Comments Off

Overheard— the career conundrum: life versus art   This haiku is from an ongoing project (close to 500 now) about the place where the poet lives.

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Featured Works: Week of July 31 (Memory)

By on Jul 30, 2017 in Featured | Comments Off

This week our contributors take you on a journey through time, via memory. “Listenings” by Doug Bolling goes on a hike through moments in a relationship. “I Regret Grinder, but, No Remorse” by Michael Lee Johnson reflects on past sins from a dentist’s chair. “Streets of Fall River” by Al Rocheleau recalls eras of a New England town. “Emergency!” by Llyn Clague tells the story of a frequent visitor to an emergency room, remembered by emergency...

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Featured Works: Week of July 24 (Language)

By on Jul 23, 2017 in Featured, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Language, the key of our communication, can be easily tangled. This week’s contributors illustrate the challenges posed by expressing thoughts through words. “Rhyme #1: ‘Its use is not a burden‘” by James B. Nicola starts with the smallest of hops and leaps larger. “Erase” by Tim Fagan deals with a break-up the way only a writer can. “Green Sonnets” by John Timothy Robinson dives into the uncertainty of striving to write in...

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