The spine is worn and cracked with love, proudly displayed atop my cabinet of wine glasses, always an arm’s reach away. Greg Fox’s cookbook “FRESH:
Poetry is a lens that can be both microscopic and telescopic representing the “…clear expression of mixed feelings,” as poet W.H. Auden suggests. Poetry creates
Scurry around the library with libations in hand, explore and chat about it as loud as you please; it’s Cocktails in the Courtyard
Thomas Fox Averill is the author of “Rode,” “Secrets of the Tsil Café: A Novel with Recipes,” and “A Carol Dickens Christmas: A Novel.”
In the face of racism, colonialism, sexism, and the ever-present street harasser, dominion over self is retained through feminine force.
This work, in its entirety, is a [w]rite of passage – a poet firmly planting their feet in the creative landscape of Kansas.
Macey Webb’s poetic memoir chronicles the passing of a life and a life changed by that passing.
I didn’t want to get married at 24. It was a hard truth for both of us. She left and I fell apart. I was moving home to heal after weeks of inner turmoil. My therapists thought it best. They were right.
Pavey digs deeper than almost any poet I have ever met; his newest book “Survival Tips For The Pending Apocalypse”