Category: Art and Literature

Poem: March

By Mark Katrinak Winter will finally drift, die. Snow still upon the trees, the basement windows blurred by masks of white. Wind howls inside the mind. Without a key it crept inside and stayed. But you and I—we are not done. There’s still some meat left, tender on our bone, and we’ve not finished eating …

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A Season in the Wilderness

By Larry Menlove Larry Menlove’s work has appeared in Irreantum, Dialogue, Torrey House Press, and other venues. He writes from Utah and chases the shade from one tree to the next. He is trying to shake a novel out of the maple he’s currently under.   The day it began, I ate the bran muffin, …

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