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 Trish Salah

Poetry by Tara-Michelle Ziniuk

Poetry by Tara-Michelle Ziniuk

  I’m all blankets now     Trying to explain my misery or why I gave the book I hated a good review or put $3 in the hat of the organization that fired me or didn’t take a stand against celebrity cancer on Kickstarter. #queerfail     My closest friend tells me a film […]

 Trish Salah

Two Poems by Nayrouz Abu Hatoum

Two Poems by Nayrouz Abu Hatoum

  Fall   1. With dreamy eyes, you hosted my gaze and your lips… a well intensifies my thrust.   ❖❖❖❖❖❖❖   2. I wrote you into a poem because this is how I learned to host love back home… now, I am left to grieve twice the weight of loss.   ❖❖❖❖❖❖❖   3. Our […]

 Susan M. Schultz

“If I didn’t write it down, it’s shhhhh”: On Writing Dementia.

“If I didn’t write it down, it’s shhhhh”: On Writing Dementia.

Edited by Susan M. Schultz

“If I didn’t write it down, it’s shhhhh”: On Writing Dementia Edited by Susan M. Schultz   Table of Contents:   Introduction: Home (Un)founded Susan M Schultz Seven Poems by Barbara Moore Vincent (transcribed by her son, Stephen Vincent) “Frances” (from The Trebus Project) David Clegg and Susan M. Schultz, eds Interview with David Clegg […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Poetry by Michael Snediker

Poetry by Michael Snediker

  Philosopher’s Window for A.G.   Massachusetts Aschenbach, there is no dying, just   memory/                      its pursuit.   What we desired was/ remembering one’s desires   which were      remembering if only one   could just remember/ that sea   on which we look beyond its metaphor   or if/   there were some […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Notebook 20, Pages 69-73: Poetry by Hank Lazer

Notebook 20, Pages 69-73: Poetry by Hank Lazer

from Notebooks N20P69   transcription:   who comes to mind      that is this place      that is this time that comes to mind      & thinking here      of thee i sing those on the horizon      feel the swell      & take it home   at each turning      turn & turn so it may be a returning for one […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Three Poems by Patricia Rose Straub

Three Poems by Patricia Rose Straub

Anastrophe Homeward directly, I wish victim to the senses. Absent the smell of balsam fir. Wending its way through the canal, traffic three blocks away. The drum reverberates back lodging the city in my brain. Not mine, the cars. The city belongs to not me. When she asks my name my mother’s ear collects the […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Poetry by Goro Takano

Poetry by Goro Takano

Doggone     _____________________________________________________________ Born in the city of Hiroshima, Goro Takano is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Saga University, where he teaches English and Japanese literature. He obtained his M.A. from the University of Tokyo (American Literature), and his Ph.D. from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (English/Creative Writing). His […]

 Susan M. Schultz

In the Absence of Words

In the Absence of Words

by Beatriz Terrazas   Words used to come easily to me. Words to speak, words to write.   But now they do not come – or will not come – when I want them. When I reach for them, they move into the quiet corners of my mind, their architecture hugging the walls of thought […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Poetry by Caroline Maun

Poetry by Caroline Maun

  Writing Time   One word after another my mother filled these books now neatly boxed, headed to the attic. The writing was what she did daily, like pin-curling permed hair or smoking outside. I didn’t see what she was really doing until she was gone. I fan her pages like a flip-book. Her ball-point […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Hollowing the Stalks

Hollowing the Stalks

by Steel Wagstaff

  Almost as soon as I arrive, we’re working on the rhubarb. Between grandpa’s front door and the road is a full-sized tennis court surrounded by about an acre of grass, flowerbeds, and garden. By the time I get there, the rhubarb is profligate, aggressively filling several long rows beyond the furthest corner of the […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Lucy Church, Amiably

Lucy Church, Amiably

by Michael D. Snediker Those who do not know that to say so is this. Please pay pray and relieve which is might and butter with it ordered as before near a station a station can be known as a depot it can be known as a fruit and a fruiterer it can be known […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Two Poems by Susan M. Schultz

Two Poems by Susan M. Schultz

NO CHEESE [Monday. Common area: television, on. Music in background.] Act One: 10 a.m. My mommy’s having a baby! A baby, a baby, a baby! Gloria & Pat sit on the sofa. Pat’s eyes dark, deep, her face white as powder. Gloria has her head on Pat’s right shoulder. Look! Two babies. Twins! The babies, […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Poetry by Dr. Frederick London and Gary Glazner

Created by Dr. Fred London and Gary Glazner the founder of the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project, on Thursday, December 1st, 2011. By asking Fred a series of questions exploring poetry through his senses we created this Ars Poetica. His answers form the lines of the poem and are in the order given with light editing. Before […]

 Susan M. Schultz

Interview with David Clegg of the Trebus Project

Interview with David Clegg of the Trebus Project

by Susan M. Schultz

Please say something about how you got involved with The Trebus project and how this work relates to your earlier life as a sculptor. The Trebus Project grew directly out of the work I was already doing as a sculptor. The Trebus Project is just a name I gave to the work I do as […]

 Gregory Laynor

This can be it or the starting point: Lonely Christopher in conversation with Gregory Laynor

This can be it or the starting point: Lonely Christopher in conversation with Gregory Laynor

Gregory Laynor: What’s your favorite color? Lonely Christopher: My favorite color is red. Gregory Laynor: I want to ask you about a few of my favorite things, like the clichés in your story “Burning Church”: “Always look on the bright side. It’s always the darkest before dawn. Every cloud has a silver lining. Pink sky […]

 Gregory Laynor

Five Poems by Lonely Christopher

Five Poems by Lonely Christopher

These five poems are from Lonely Christopher’s Crush Dream, forthcoming from Radioactive Moat. An interview with Lonely Christopher appears in EOAGH. A Tiny Fluffy Puppy I must dedicate this much of my brain to being socially/ economically retarded or else there’s no way I could, you know, make art; a tiny fluffy puppy barks at […]

 Ruth Lepson

A Poem by Nash Tomey

A Poem by Nash Tomey

  Separations   What is becoming of me in my—ours, (yours) when I run this and   hesitate to show window panes around the white molding. May-   be I can’t feel anything any- more in the cracks.   When (and if) I am wrong to hold some ones for you,   so to speak. […]

 Sueyeun Juliette Lee

Six Poems by Jane Wong

Six Poems by Jane Wong

  Editorial Statment by Sueyeun Juliette Lee: This selection comes from a short manuscript of Jane Wong’s, titled Impossible Map. Wong’s poems speak to me with a dark urgency. They remind me that the world is in slow collapse about us. This patient devastation is mirrored internally, as well. Our memories may one day pepper […]