Monthly Archives: July 2019

Whispers of Dongpo in Bamboo Sway (#poem)

As the ancient poet Su Dongpo (Su Shi) knew, bamboo may save us. Continue reading

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I’ve Seen You With Other Lovers (#poem)

When anxiety turns your fantasies into jealous rage. Continue reading

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A Collision of Amphetamines and Insomnia (#fiction)

When speed freaks date insomniacs. Continue reading

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No One Will Be There But Jesus (#poem)

You are never more alone than when in grief. Continue reading

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Leggett, Texas (#poem #lyrics)

There isn’t much to Leggett, Texas, but it gets in your bones. Continue reading

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Poetry is Regional (#poem)

How do you read poetry in another author’s voice? Continue reading

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Deaf and Dirty in Public (#fiction)

Remember there is no such thing as a private language. Continue reading

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