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Red River Wreck of the Steamboat Heroine by Robert Ferrier

29 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Hanifa Queen, @hanifa_bboyart RED RIVER WRECK OF THE STEAMBOAT HEROINE A log took her down just south of Fort Towson. Passengers, crew and some cargo survived, the rest given up to silt. She missed the Civil War pickled pork and pine pitch salting the currents…

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Z by Lara Candland

27 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Miasmic by Pamela Habing, @pamelahabingart   Art: Marie Dashkova @melodyphoto, Moscow, Russia. mariedashkova.com About the author: Lara Candland’s pamphlet Tongue Child, was published in the Palanquin/TDM series at the University of South Carolina/Aiken, and individual poems have been published or are forthcoming in Free Verse, Fence, The Colorado…

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X by Lara Candland

24 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Symphony of Color by Pamela Habing, @pamelahabingart About the author: Lara Candland’s pamphlet Tongue Child, was published in the Palanquin/TDM series at the University of South Carolina/Aiken, and individual poems have been published or are forthcoming in Free Verse, Fence, The Colorado Review, Barrow Street,…

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Becoming Kashmiri by Nyla Ali Khan

20 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Memoir

Art: Between earth and sky by Silvia Forzoni, @silvia_forzoni BECOMING KASHMIRI As I write this personal narrative at a geographical and physical remove from my land of origin, the Valley of Kashmir, it is not halcyon time or idyllic days of my childhood that haunt my memory, but the…

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Art Feature: Paco Esteve

20 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Art

Art: SAMUEL CANO (photographer) By Ines Villeparisis y Paco Esteve ART FEATURE: PACO ESTEVE I have a degree in Sociology and also in Advertising and Public Relations. In both degrees I studied various specific subjects related to art. My first experience in the art world was the self-publishing…

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Current Status, January 20 by W.L. Winter

17 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Firouzeh Bakhtiari, @firouzeh_bakhtiari CURRENT STATUS, JANUARY 20 About the author: W.L. Winter posts regularly on the poetry sharing website Hello Poetry. Five of Winter’s poems have been selected for the Daily Poem there. Winter is also an occasional host and has been the Featured Poet at Oklahoma City’s…

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Envy by Robert Ferrier

15 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Philip A. Zimmerman, @philip.a.zimmermann ENVY In my dream, I walk as Scott Momaday rocks beneath boots, beside a stream The breeze’s bite – winter’s presage My voice pours the poet’s baritone paints tropes – pine green the stream’s icy flow – blue and diamond Does peer…

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Synesthesia by Heidi Turner

10 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Short Fiction

Art: Michael Marrella, @mikemarrella SYNESTHESIA Sex, drugs, and Rock-and- Roll are all the same. Modest Mouse was playing when I passed Simeon the blunt, a perfect little burrito of a universe. Before the hit, little rainbows danced around the edge of my vision, pirouetting across Bob Marley and…

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