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Thirteen Ways of Looking at Words

Thirteen Ways of Looking at Words by Arianna Rich Words: I They’re sweet like honeysuckle, hiding in the bushes. II They’re the words of mourning, when you get a midnight phone call: “There was a crash … ” Read more … Continue reading

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Moon Talk

Moon Talk For centuries, the moon has captivated our imagination, influenced our bodies, and penetrated our dreams in all her evanescent, full and mysterious glory. Moon Talk, by Wade Stevenson pays a metaphorical tribute to the golden glowing orb whose … Continue reading

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Just a Couple of Old People Holding Hands

“Just a Couple of Old People Holding Hands”                                                                 … Continue reading

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The Wade Stevenson Interview

An Interview with Poet Wade Stevenson First off, congrats on the success of Flutes and Tomatoes, one of Kirkus Review’s Best Indie Books of 2015. What an honor. I read “Dear You” and “Flutes and Tomatoes” in relatively short order. … Continue reading

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Dear You

Dear You Dear You, a combination of poetry and memoir, by Wade Stevenson is one of the most exposed, unrelenting, and heart-breaking pieces on longing that I’ve read. Like Flutes and Tomatoes (reviewed here), named one of the best Indie … Continue reading

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The Book of Awakenings

The Book of Awakenings In The Book of Awakenings, Mark Nepo breaks open the harried existence we call life and folds it into bite-sized nuggets of wisdom that nudge us along toward expansion, a more open mind, a more indulgent … Continue reading

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