Writing

Staring at Stars

Staring at Stars

October 14, 2022
Homely, lonely night. Venus shines against vacancy.He doesn’t paint the bars that keep him so far from starry
Trees Speak

Trees Speak

October 14, 2022
We, the silver birch. Villagers say we are The Three Sisters.
Dragon of a Plantation

Dragon of a Plantation

October 1, 2022
I start to think you stink like Beowulf
Ellen Bass

Ellen Bass

October 1, 2022
I’d always been reluctant to teach online. And then I had to.
Paula Deitz

Paula Deitz

October 1, 2022
Editor of the Hudson Review
Jacqueline Allen Trimble

Jacqueline Allen Trimble

October 1, 2022
I think the joy comes out of my curiosity about the world
John Robert Lee

John Robert Lee

October 1, 2022
When I read, even my own work, I try to follow the line, its rhythms, its sounds, its inner voice
More Than a Handful

More Than a Handful

September 9, 2022
More Than a Handful is about revisiting childhood and seeing things both as a child and as an adult.
Blue Circus

Blue Circus

September 8, 2022
It’s all how you juggle the chaos, the strife of a circus life.
Lorette C. Luzajic

Lorette C. Luzajic

August 31, 2022
Let’s start by asking you to explain what the term “ekphrastic” means to you. Ekphrasis originally had a specific
John Sibley Williams

John Sibley Williams

August 31, 2022
I usually start with a single haunting image written at the top of a page.
Persephone Ponders

Persephone Ponders

June 16, 2022
Persephone peers out without blinking.