guygerard:

"A Field of Snow on a Slope of the Rosenberg"

guygerard:

"A Field of Snow on a Slope of the Rosenberg"

There were no American lions. No pygmy mammoths left or giant short-faced bears, which towered over ten feet high when rearing up on their haunches. There were no stout- legged llamas, stilt-legged llamas, no single Yukon horse.
HYMN TO LIFE by Timothy Donnelly, a chapbook, is now available from Factory Hollow Press. This is an amazing poem, an amazing chapbook.

There were no American lions. No pygmy mammoths left
or giant short-faced bears, which towered over ten feet high
when rearing up on their haunches. There were no stout-
legged llamas, stilt-legged llamas, no single Yukon horse.

HYMN TO LIFE by Timothy Donnelly, a chapbook, is now available from Factory Hollow Press. This is an amazing poem, an amazing chapbook.

The Strange Page with Rachel B. Glaser

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Membership discount available

Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30pm
September 24th – November 12th
8 classes + a reading

$150 for returning students, $200 for new students

This class will explore nontraditional writing approaches by creating short pieces in response to weekly exercises. No long pieces…

RUSSIAN NOVELS by Luke Bloomfield reviewed in Publishers Weekly! 
"Bloomfield’s poems retain a bizarre tenderness that tap at the mystery of existence"

RUSSIAN NOVELS by Luke Bloomfield reviewed in Publishers Weekly

"Bloomfield’s poems retain a bizarre tenderness that tap at the mystery of existence"

"Yet her own situation could not helpfinding its place in her thoughts.”
Like a backpack, miniscule burdens you carry around with you.Which is okay generally,these lacerations of the day.It’s more like an effort at love (to embrace the day, errors,      etc).To be doing your bestamid different shapes of lacerations. The minor degradations are a modest sacrifice to be a solid and a thinking and a living one. You can take more of it. 
—- Emily Bludworth de Barrios
Emily Bludworth de Barrios’s poems have recently appeared, or are forthcoming, in H_NGM_N, Tender, The Pinch, UCity Review, The Hollins Critic, and elsewhere. Emily was born in Houston and raised in Egypt, the United States, and Venezuela; she currently lives in Houston. Find her online at emilybludworthdebarrios.tumblr.com.
Selections from Extraordinary Power can be read at B O D Y, Clinic, ILK, Matter, and SPECS.

Cover illustration by Bri Hermanson.

"Yet her own situation could not help
finding its place in her thoughts.”


Like a backpack, miniscule burdens 
you carry around with you.

Which is okay generally,
these lacerations of the day.

It’s more like an effort at love (to embrace the day, errors,
      etc).

To be doing your best
amid different shapes of lacerations. 

The minor degradations are a modest sacrifice 
to be a solid and a thinking and a living one. 
You can take more of it. 

—- Emily Bludworth de Barrios

Emily Bludworth de Barrios’s poems have recently appeared, or are forthcoming, in H_NGM_NTenderThe PinchUCity ReviewThe Hollins Critic, and elsewhere. Emily was born in Houston and raised in Egypt, the United States, and Venezuela; she currently lives in Houston. Find her online at emilybludworthdebarrios.tumblr.com.

Selections from Extraordinary Power can be read at B O D YClinicILK, Matter, and SPECS.

Cover illustration by Bri Hermanson.

Walser & Giraffes

Walser & Giraffes

Woolf & Goats

Woolf & Goats