Monthly Archives: July 2017

Laura Zucca-Scott

This poem was written in her Auntie’s honor. The Music Played The music played Outside the old villa Children stopped and looked Before the evening concert A young officer Sitting at the piano Melody of another land Gentle and fast … Continue reading

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Bobbie Troy

Faceless Women of the World By Bobbie Troy we are your mothers, grandmothers, sisters, daughters we are your wives, mistresses, and slaves we have been revered and feared by friends and family often at the same time we are your … Continue reading

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Nancy Scott-McBride

Forty Three Years Together When we met, my love’s hands were as small and soft as mine. Across a kitchen table we pressed them palm to palm There’s a black smudgy print on the kitchen door now, made when he … Continue reading

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Bobbi Sinha-Morey Debuts

Off The Grid The postal worker we once knew sold her mobile home to live in a cabin off the grid, and now her perfect life was just like this: a crowded firelit kitchen, her face warmed by a teacup’s … Continue reading

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John Garbanzo Debuts

John Garbanzo was born in San Francisco in 1968. He has worked as a fisherman, a bartender and a short-order cook along the way to writing the poems collected in When I Scream I Scream Of You. His mentor and … Continue reading

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