Monthly Archives: April 2016

Colleen McElroy Interview

When I attended Colleen McElroy’s reading at the Columbia City Gallery on April 8th, I was stunned by the precise imagery (delivered 75 years after the events chronicled), the depth of disclosure and the complete lack of sentimentality. I’ve said … Continue reading

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533. Wait for Latté

One of the cards I brought back from my 2014’s trip to Wisconsin that was part of my work in the 2015 August Poetry Postcard Fest. This one with allusions to soul-building with a nod to an old poem from … Continue reading

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55. Prince (R.I.P.)

55. Prince I always thought it was “cuss, fight & bleed” as the reasons one Prince Rogers Nelson cited as warnings for parents hoping to raise healthy children but “breed.” How a Nelson could do this. Driving a white ’77 … Continue reading

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