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Contributor Series 10: Silken Rags, London, A Night Out: The Underground

12.31.11 Posted in Contributor Series 10, vox poetica originals by

Contributor Series 10: Silken Rags London, A Night Out: The Underground By Fischer Lawrence They were so tastefully dressed  So artfully obsessed  And their clearance Made the distance seem more. Stepping into the Underground  The wind ripped  Their sight right from my eyes There was no pause to consider. An act of God  The insurance […]


Venison

11.24.11 Posted in vox poetica originals by

Charlene James-Duguid is a cultural anthropologist who has done research in collections and flea market activity, Balinese dance, and Crow Native American culture. She was adopted by the Crow and given the name Reed Woman, she who brings comfort in time of great need. Charlene has written a book about lumberjacks, Work as Art, Logging as […]


What’s on your bookshelf?

04.20.11 Posted in vox poetica originals by

Any unbound CONTENT titles? A few? Cool. Why not all eight? What’s that? You didn’t realize there were eight available titles? Actually, soon it will be nine with the publication of Julie Ellinger Hunt’s In New Jersey. So stock up on what  you’re missing. Summer’s coming. You don’t want to be left out with nothing […]


Contributor Series 8: Feast and Famine, Soul Food

03.26.11 Posted in Contributor Series 8, vox poetica originals by

Contributor Series 8: Feast and Famine Soul Food By Nate Spears The love from my mother’s pie Warms my digestive tract as it passes through Each slice warms me up As it flows through My soul The sweet potatoes thicken our bond The lemon extract stings The milk soothes The sugar makes it all so […]


Signify the Apple

11.14.09 Posted in today's words, vox poetica originals by

The apples are still delicious this fall. Signify the Apple By Annmarie Lockhart There are as many theories about the apple as there are stars in the sky. Is it fair to say it meant something different to Eve than it did to Adam? Did either of them know that then; do either of them […]