Monthly Archives: January 2019

Penny Novack, Guest Poet

 Penny is a friend who is a poet, an activist, and a role model and inspiration to many. When I read this poem I asked her if she’d like to share it. The first stanza grabbed me, and I thought … Continue reading

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‘And The Roses’ By Elaine Reardon/’Bee Dream Of The Giant’ By Jayne Marek

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“Bee Dream Of The Giant” By Jayne Marek Jayne Marek has provided color cover art for Silk Road, Bombay Gin, The Bend, and her two full-length poetry books—In and Out of Rough Water (2017) and The…

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  I was recently invited to join Rufous Salon, an online poetry community that is based in Sweden. This week I’ve enjoyed reading some excellent writing posted here by members. There’s an interesting blend of international writing there. Enjoy!   … Continue reading

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4 Ways To Create A Backyard That’s Bee Friendly

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Good News from England

We are pleased to confirm that your entry was shortlisted for the 2018 International Poetry Prize and will be published in our 2019 Anthology. Winners will receive their prizes at the Annual Literary Festival in the University Centre Grimsby on … Continue reading

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Haiku + Art By Debbie Strange

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Monton Mural – Anthony Parkes



  This is another poem that was first published in the sleep health journal published at Sleepy Head Journal      Dreams                                    … Continue reading

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Warwick Winter Writing Wednesdays: January 30-February 27

I hope some of you that live close by can make this! It’ll be fun, creative, and low key. We’ll sip tea and share the evening. I’ll open the library and put on the teapot at 6:15. Welcome! The Warwick … Continue reading

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Go To Sleep, Now

To Sleep, perchance to dream, Continue reading

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