Room to Room by Stacey Margaret Jones ER weather is incessant wailing sharp and raw weighted, not the light cry of fakery when resorting to that malingering bait to gain The fix. No words from the woman bawling out for thirty-four minutes, just vowels in waves and washes. Ambient pain for all of us waiting. ### Stacey's poems have also been published in … [Read more...] about Room to Room by Stacey Margaret Jones
Devoted by Janice Canerdy Each day from dawn till late at night, she only wished to do his will. She would be worthy in his sight. Her love for him was at its height. It kept her warm in winter's chill each day from dawn till late at night. She knew her prince was always right. Obeying was a cherished thrill. She would be worthy in his sight. She cooked and … [Read more...] about Devoted by Janice Canerdy
Yep you read that right. We are setting up a publishing data house where you can submit your work and many editors can read it. Those editors can then contact you if they want to publish your work. It works the same way if you are an editor looking for work to publish. It works like this: See. The little stick editor and the little stick writer look happy. You will be too. Be … [Read more...] about Submit your work to many editors!
I really hate doing this! We need your help again. We have run our: Raise Money Campaign very quietly. It turns out, that's not the best way to try to raise money for something. So, we are running this request to all of our readers once again. I hate asking for money, and please believe that I wouldn't do it if we could stay on the web without it. We really need your help. EWR … [Read more...] about I Really Hate Doing This! We Need Your Help!
The Blues by Amit Parmessur Around blue, white oceans, in a blue and black house dwells a black speck. So black, so blue black alive, emotionally blue. Sometimes like a fresh road, after the rain, spellbinding every periwinkle and sometimes imitating a baffled bluebird he has had the blues so, so often that he never listens to the blues and his eyes … [Read more...] about The Blues by Amit Parmessur