A busy bee, Reader? Or a calm river — it’s your choice, of course, to be one or both, but let’s appreciate what there is to appreciate and let what’s not pass by unseen. Here’s Betsy Johnson’s “up to wonders“:
This poem originally appeared in SC #8.1, available in print and ebook formats at our store. Read on!
Observing Indigenous Peoples Day today, we’ve got a wonderful translation rendered by Anthony Seidman of Nadia López García’s poem in mixteco, “Ntuchinuu“—which speaks for itself:
This poem in translation originally appeared in SC #8.1, available in print and ebook formats at our store. A .pdf of López García’s chapbook Ñu’ú vixo / Tierra Mojada (Pluralia Ediciones, 2018) está disponible allí. Read on!
Today’s share is full sun and full vibrant, it’s Kari Bell’s River of Grass (2018).
This painting appears in Storm Cellar #7.1, nicknamed “Back Fire,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!
This morning have your fill of a cool and emberous flash by Tara Isabel Zambrano [>>], “On the Ghats of Ganges in Banaras“:
This flash originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more rivers that run thisaway, and read on!
The 2019 Force Majeure Flash Contest, with $500 in prizes, is open now. Check it out!
Today’s share we nominated for a Pushcart in 2018, carefully burnishing Jennifer Hu’s “Ornament of the Ambulance“:
This poem originally appeared in SC 6.3, available in print and download formats at our store; to receive more like this via handy (e)mail, subscribe … and read on.