Showing posts from March, 2017

...And a He-Goat for a Prize


Some Courage for Good Measure


And a Touch of Justice


Shawnee Rayne

Bibliotherapy and the Beautiful Barrio, by Joy Rulier Sawyer

"I soon realized that a movement from self-expression into craft—into laboring to revise and polish abstracts into sensory specifics—is what eventually results in the most personal insight and transformation. This is exactly what so many writers and poets have known intuitively for years: that such literary crafting can actually be life-changing."

Library of Dreams

Herman Hesse:


From the pages of Rattle

I remain grateful to Tim for supporting my work, whether it be some shameless doggerel or something a little more felinesque:

The Question Ever

I Have Been Counting my Regrets 

And Szymborska Says;

"Let's take the wings off and try to write on foot, shall we?"

Wislawa Szymborska 

And Roethke says:

"I long for the imperishable quiet at the heart of form."  

AM Juster serves up Sleaze and Slander

"Potshots at the sacrosanct are always welcome."

Real irreverence is so refreshing:

Kurp on Juster