Monthly Archives: October 2017

Interview: An Interview with Poet, Elaine Reardon

Source: Interview: An Interview with Poet, Elaine Reardon

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A Thanks to Black Poppy Review Sandy Benitez’s online journal will publish my poem Hallowed Night, likely  any minute now. It’s a website worth visiting, for both the writing and the visuals.  Thank you Sandy, and have a Blessed Halloween. This is one of my favorite angels. … Continue reading

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Samhain Halloween New Year

It’s all the same holiday.  As a Catholic child, we celebrated Halloween, and went to church for All Saints Day, and again the next day, for All Souls Day.  The veil  between the worlds is said to be thinner on … Continue reading

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Applesauce at Midnight

End of the Garden   We glean the last tomatoes, small jalapeño peppers, and tomatillos. I’ve cut basil, sage, lemon balm, calendula, thyme, parsley, mints, Saint Johnswort, and anise hyssop. I picked a small basket of concord grapes to warm … Continue reading

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Spoken Word Festival Turner’s Falls MA. Friday night   I’m reading at the Shea Theater Friday!  Need an audience, THIS IS A BIG SPACE!  Come at 7:45 , and of course, enjoy the other venues as well.   FRIDAY October … Continue reading

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