A memory of summer today and this tender poem, Harry Edgar Palacio’s “It’s Funny What the Fuchsia Sky Can Do,” which appears also in his full-length collection Sutras of Tiny Jazz:
This flash first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebook. Read on!
Pick up that handset or tap the handset icon, Readers, it’s the time of the year in which we read Maame Blue’s [>>] full-voiced small essay, “Calling“:
This flash essay first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebook. Read on!
Oh readers, the summer’s sloping down into the wide, wide bog of autumn, and we’re all glued to any good news we can find. We’re triply delighted to share this poem by Dorothy Chan [>>], lately of Honey Literary, “A-List Celebrities and Chinese Immigrant Families.”
This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop in print and ebook formats. Read on!
Trees are flowering & fruit will come, and this one’s about the apples, yeah, and a lot more than the apples, all the prickly knobs and poisonous seeds between us and the apples. Here’s Asa Montgomery’s “The Apples of Maine: A Compilation of the Historical, Physical and Cultural Characteristics of Apples Known to Have Been Grown in the State of Maine” —
This poem appears in Storm Cellar #7.1, nicknamed “Back Fire,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!
It’s blizzard szn, Readers, and we know you’re in the watchtower. Here’s Gail Goepfert’s [>>] vision from number 6.3, Shadowed Hawk:
This photo originally appeared in Storm Cellar Vol. VI No. 3, available in our store. Read on!