Nilesh Mondal, 23, is an engineer by choice and poet by chance.
He works as a writer for Terribly Tiny Tales and Thought Catalog, and as prose editor for Moledro Magazine.
Mom Recalls How Dad Used to Walk for Miles James Croal Jackson’s poetry has appeared in The Bitter Oleander, Rust + Moth, Cosmonauts Avenue, and elsewhere. His first chapbook, The Frayed Edge of Memory (Writing Knights Press, 2017) is forthcoming. . The post Mom Recalls How Dad Used to Walk for Miles appeared first […]
Shari Jo LeKane-Yentumi (B.A.English/Spanish, M.A. Spanish, Saint Louis University Madrid/St. Louis) lives in St. Louis, Missouri, writes articles, literary critiques, poetry and prose. She is a not-for-profit, business, community development
The Road Home by Leonard Henry Scott She walks to her car in the IGA parking lot Long striding and brisk in a flowered dress Jim Dandy grits and Budweiser topping her cart Dark eyes flashing at the orange night falling sky She starts up the car and rolls onto the street Squinting down creases […]