Letter From the Editor: The Art of Moving Forward

Letter From the Editor: The Art of Moving Forward

Moving forward can be difficult. It may be because we are wed to our past in ways that define us today, leaving us afraid of changing anything because we don’t know how that will change us; or it may be because we dwell in the past hoping that things will get better...
Right All Along

Right All Along

Right All Along Back when I was seventeen My friend started dating this girl— I tried my best to intervene, But my friend, he gave it a whirl. This girl had quite a reputation For “making the rounds” here and there; It seemed that her foreign relations...
Like Spring

Like Spring

Like Spring like spring or like summer you are warm, welcome:     Like a breath of fresh air — or sunshine on skin
The Prisoner

The Prisoner

The Prisoner The innocent prisoner Sits on his bare mattress on its stark metal frame Alone, watching the dust swirl and settle And it reminds him of home. The innocent prisoner Sees a ray of light shining through the window Creating a sliver of light on the cold...
Booked: Spring 2016 Book Reviews

Booked: Spring 2016 Book Reviews

“A Window Opens” by Elisabeth Egan Elisabeth Egan’s debut novel hit all the right notes for me – a working mom gets a full-time job in the publishing industry after her husband finds out he won’t be making partner at his law firm & decides to start his own...