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Intern Post, David Klose:  Up on the Mountain (Writer's Conference Series)

Intern Post, David Klose: Up on the Mountain (Writer's Conference Series)

Guest Post, Michael Hudson: Mediocris Poeta: Some of My Favorite Dismal Quotes about Poems & Poetry

Guest Post, Mary Sojourner: The First Teacher, My Perfect Imperfect Mom

The little girl in the picture is a serious child – and already a woman. By the time the picture is taken, her mother has suffered her first psychotic break and survived her first suicide attempt.

Guest Blog Post, Penelope Scambly Schott: Child, Shaman, Sage

Poets, like anyone else, have always had a real life in the real world. Unless they were Homer retelling a traditional story, they have always begun from somewhere within their own experience.

Mesa Center for the Arts: Monica Martinez, Carolyn Lavender, and Mary Shindell

Mesa Center for the Arts: Monica Martinez, Carolyn Lavender, and Mary Shindell

Meghan McClure, "Fact at a Slant"

“But knowledge does not vanquish mystery, or obscure its distant lights.” –Annie Dillard It starts with reading.

"The Last Words of Boneheads and Fraidy Cats" by Lee Martin | Superstition Review Issue 8

We're proud to feature Lee Martin as our first Authors Talk series contributor, with his podcast “Here in the Heartland.” “Here in the Heartland” is the very phrase that opens this short and.

James Nolan, "The Dreary Boarder"

What will I do with him, this dreary boarder who sulks across from me at the dining room table night after night?

Guest Blog Post, Beth Galson, Installation Art:  Balancing My Private and Public Practices

As an installation artist, I have two different practices: I create privately in the studio and work on large-scale public art commissions.

Guest Blog Post, Patricia Clark: The Writing Hut: A Dedicated Space

Guest Blog Post, Patricia Clark: The Writing Hut: A Dedicated Space

Guest Post, Mark Jacobs: Routine, Ritual, Poetry

Before I could write this post I had to read a poem. Reaching to the bookshelf, I arbitrarily picked Wallace Stevens’ “Asides on the Oboe.” A hard poem. A hard poet, who has been sleeping in my ear.

Book Release Party with Rebecca Byrkit, Cynthia Hogue, Jerry Riopelle, and AmeriCamera

Rebecca Byrkit with Cynthia Hogue, Jerry Riopelle, and AmeriCamera on September 2012 by Letterpress Central. Book release party, readings, musical performances Doors open 4 p.

Guest Post, Adrianne Kalfopoulou: Literary Antidotes & Monster Epidemics

This week's post comes from Issue 9 contributor Adrianna Kalfopoulou. Adrianne has had her work appear in print and online journals including Hotel Amerika, World Literature Today, ROOM magazine, T.

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