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Until We Overdose 4/21/2018

Adderal breakfasts

and Codeine snacks

with a Xanax lover

until the pain retracts

Lorazepam lunch

and Morphines laughs

with a Percocet punchlines

until the plates de-stack… 30 more words



Isn’t it an amazing feeling when you discover a new author whose books you eagerly await every time they are announced?

Elizabeth H. Newton is one of my favourite authors, with her panache for political and psychological thrillers (View from the Sixth Floor and Riddle) and eerie horrors (check out her tales in Ghostly Writes Anthologies, Dark Awethologies, Electric Eclectic novelettes, Twisted Tales, Crooked Tales, an array of stories for the Gems collection, etc.), with a touch of sensual erotica (Carved Wooden Heart), and so on. 1,712 more words

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Guest Artist: Kerfe Roig

Please help me welcome guest artist, Kerfe Roig to formidableWoman!

In her poem, Gonna Take a Miracle, Ms. Roig pays tribute to the late Laura Nyro… 343 more words


Guest Artist Studio Potter Ella Phillips

Throughout the months of April and May, you will find a lovely selection of hand thrown domestic ceramics by local potter, Ella Phillips.

With a selection of practical mugs, cups, bowls and jugs, Ella’s work features soft pastel coloured glazes and polka dots – perfect for Spring.

Pottery by Ella Phillips


Guest Artist ‘May the Folds be With You’

Kate Egan is our current guest artist.  Based in a small village not far from Shepton Mallet, Kate started her intricate paper folding to give as presents but quickly became hooked.   55 more words


Yeah, this is old school: UMBC guest artist adventures

For me, a trip to UMBC is always like a trip home. Sure, the music department has relocated to a new building, my friends have moved onwards and upwards, and some of my favorite faculty members have retired; but there’s something special about remembering your own undergraduate  227 more words


Guest Poet: Sandy Rochelle

Please welcome Sandy Rochelle to formidableWoman!

Ms. Rochelle’s poems speak of other worlds, worlds she enters as

…fluid and love attach to skin…

worlds she sees as…

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