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My Country Tis by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro

19 Apr 2018, Posted by admin in Poetry

Art: War by Karen Nielsen, @karennielsen13 MY COUNTRY TIS You are the diners of the ’20s, pre-fab, fit into railroad cars or trucks, parked on any street of you, America. You are the glass carousels of cakes, the Napoleons leaking custard, the Boston creams of vaudeville…

Spring by Karol Nielsen

27 Mar 2018, Posted by admin in Poetry

Art: Fish in Open Currents by Tobias Oggenfuss SPRING Spring is a tomboy all done up, an amazon and a unicorn intertwined, the reward after winter’s test, a fragile beauty in the end. About the author:  Karol Nielsen is author of the memoir, Black Elephants (Bison Books,…

Dualistic Sonnet by Rose Knapp

19 Dec 2017, Posted by admin in Poetry

Art: Sin Revolution by Karen Nielsen, @karennielsen13 DUALISTIC SONNET Wind smoke smog oxy Cotton scats snaking Through skyscrapers Freeways Kinshasa oil Synthetic field fires No-wave Neon Synths Burst splitting Past realpolitik Tokyo Tolkien Beijing Beyoncé Franciscan Francesca Flittering past spatial Geometrical worlds Draconian dragons Dagons’ daggers Mythos…

Art Feature: Karen Nielsen

19 Dec 2017, Posted by admin in Art

Art: Dive Down by Karen Nielsen, @karennielsen13 ART FEATURE: KAREN NIELSEN What inspired you to become an artist? I never set out to be a visual artist. It was more of an accident and came from my music. I moved to NYC in the 1980s. The downtown art…

Art Credit:  “Documentary of Street Art in Barcelona” by Tom Williams THE COMPLAINTS DEPARTMENT Edgar Manx managed the Complaints Department at Goldblatt’s. He had an office with a window and a secretary. “Miss Evans, take a letter.” Kathy Evans scowled and made an irritated sound. She…

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