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Stick Dance

Stick Dance
I’m caked in history, upside down on your street,
my silhouette cutting singers in black and white,
dizzy between the streets, amassing description. 115 more words

The Other Woman by Laura Wilson

Sophie seems to have the perfect life.  A gorgeous house in Norfolk, where she and her family de-camped a few years earlier to escape the hustle and bustle of London, children who are excelling at school or about to head off to Oxbridge (after their year spent travelling, of course), a successful business, and a husband who loves her. 602 more words


Three Poems by Emily Blair

Reeling: A Louisville Reflection

It’s eight-fifty for a lox bagel at Nancy’s on Frankfort Avenue, caddy-corner
to the train tracks. People walk their dogs and babies by. 852 more words


Books 1 and 2......

Found a photo of books 1 and 2 stock arriving……now waiting in anticipation for book 3, Ghosts Treading Water…… not long now….


Chat with the Author: Combining Cultural Lore with Faith & Love is Her Heartsong

Meet Unoma Nwankwor, the bestselling author of seven Christian romance fiction titles. Her readers are in love with her unique way of telling stories that capture the essence of her present home base  – Atlanta, Georgia – and her native Nigerian culture. 661 more words

Literary Love


Calling this one The Rorqual. What the Rorqual is — well, you’ll just have to wait till the story’s finished to find out.

Setting: the Bering Sea… 81 more words


"Elmet" by Fiona Mozley

“Sometimes it was as if Daddy was torn apart by our questions. He wanted to be an honest man who shared what he knew with his children, imparting details of his current and former lives, knowing that if any details were too much for us that was the very reason for imparting them. 908 more words