From Joanne Vannicola’s Memoir...

Jun 29, 2017 by

Walking Through Glass   I never knew what condition she would be in when I arrived at the hospital: if she would be lucid,...

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Michael Mau’s Fiction

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A Prayer to My Daughter   When you are gone, please don’t go to heaven. Don’t rise up out of your body and sprout wings and play...

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Erin Armstrong’s Poetry

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The Red Crane   When you move through the world of indecision, it is easy to forget what you already knew: The red crane...

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Roisín Browne’s Poetry

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Lámha*   His hands clasped fingers trussed, a candle wax form poured by Round Towered Holy men. Yellowed mesh stretched out and...

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Aidan Chafe’s Poetry

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Perfect Death   If I could choose it would be from a thousand of your kisses each placed on a different part of my body like...

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Pamela Dillon’s Poetry

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The Winter Morning (With apologies to Mary Oliver)   Who do you think you are? Who were you before that very last ending? Who...

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Iris Dunkle’s Poetry

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This is How Jack London Died   The day was overcast, like this one. It was November after all and the sky held its breath like a...

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Jane Morgan’s Poetry

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Little One   You are unclouded hope and I am the empty reach of sky. I danced a tiny suit as if it held you, blindly...

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Rachel Smith’s Poetry

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Dragonflies   The life cycle of Anisoptera also known as the dragonfly, consists of copulation, which lasts 1-2 minutes, then...

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Kim Echlin on Love and Death

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We wanted author Kim Echlin’s thoughts on ‘Love and Death,’ as both figure so prominently in her work. Master...

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