Monthly Archives: March 2015

Diane Arbus and Howard Nemerov

Very interesting post about sibling rivalry in the arts of poetry and photography. Has to be said, Nemerov was no slouch when it came to poetry.  Here is one of his best. BRAINSTORM The house was shaken by a rising … Continue reading

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Graffiti: meditations on the source of our creative urges

A wonderful post by the writer Kerry-Lee Powell

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Blue of Noon

A New online poetry ‘zine.  Glad to have a poem here at Blue of Noon The poem is one that I consider abstract, and now there is another here – Back to the Salient

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When acts are unspeakably “appalling”.

“…And so, I urge you all to strive for but one thing.  To be above the world and its petty causes.  Treat its beliefs with contempt.  Nothing is as advertised.  When acts are unspeakably “appalling” they are perpetrated with a … Continue reading

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I am very pleased with this review for Silent Highway in STRIDE!

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