Vol. 3, Issue 18

“There is this sense of motion and rearranging—the way a wren uses her body to smooth and shape the interior of a nest. In a series of poems about house renovations and remodeling, one senses the poet is writing around (and through) the hunger for roots that is part of her inheritance.”

-Alina Stefanescu, “The House that Grief Built, A Review”

Tiffany & Love | Poetry

Tiffany & Love | Poetry

The silver bean planted in the valley of her collar bones means new beginnings. Everything grows where she cannot see. She has just met the lady behind the counter, who tells her if she wears this necklace layered she should get it in a smaller size. But she wants it...
Maneater | Photography

Maneater | Photography

Maneater Trying to achieve self-love, but never quite getting there, we adorn ourselves with pretty things like jewelry. Currently, I am exploring what makes us human. Not our biology but our mind. I am primarily fascinated by what we choose to hide from the world and...
The House That Grief Built | Book Review

The House That Grief Built | Book Review

Accommodations by Sarah Carey ISBN: 978-0996475495 Concrete Wolf Press, June 30 2019 46 pages, paperback, $10.69 and Borrowed Light by Jennifer Horne ISBN: 978-0984276479 Mule on a Ferris Wheel Press, 2019 31 pages, mass market paperback, $15.00 1. In two recent...