Sunflower River Along Sunflower River the dead leaves are drawn into sufficiently deep cesspools, spinning around by the wayside of eternity where suffering is moss and the outbound cargo is scum. After a storm the underground grottoes of Naples are Continue reading Sunflower River by T.L. Kryss
Mailbox Boogie A Dialogue Through The Mails Ann Menebroker & Kell Robertson This is an epistolary book, a mode of writing quite popular in the. 19th century, a form Dostoyevsky used for his first novel POOR PEOPLE, the book he Continue reading ann menebroker & kell robertson | mailbox boogie | a dialogue through the mails
Mark Weber | 26apr09 | Photo by Janet Simon
WEET ANORSO rignu condorsay hadnogno antawanta por wee token eally boken fweetonko apom sh’d brake tree frozeen tea between betwixt, crosswise shokan, be-all …a poem should break the frozen sea between us… bring home the bacon takes us for a Continue reading mark weber | weet anorso
THERE’S A DRUNK UP AHEAD i can see em coming i try to hold off i give all my money away it’s 2 days up ahead there’s days off from work a perfect excuse i get busy i tell myself Continue reading mark weber | there's a drunk up ahead
you’ll have the time check out Mark Weber’s Jazz Radio Show at KUNM Albuquerque. Here is the Theme with Michael Vlatkovitch & Cal Haines “Hotfoot Lady & Joe Friday” and just after this great tune the Heath Brothers “Move to the Groove” 1979 Langspielplatte Lp IN MOTION.
Lisa Gill was born in Minot, North Dakota and now makes her home in Moriarty, New Mexico with two dogs. Her poems have appeared in numerous publications including Blue Collar Review, Carp, Carnal Garage, Central Avenue, Conceptions Southwest, Desperado, Prosodia, the rag, Red Weather, Spout, the Tongue, Vehicle, Vox Populi, the Weekly Alibi as well as The Harwood Anthology and In Company: An Anthology of New Mexican Poets after 1960. Continue reading lisa gill | red as a lotus – red drums