Smoking on My Deathbed by Theodore Richards

Smoking on My Deathbed by Theodore Richards

Smoking on My Deathbed by Theodore Richards by Editor, Theodore Richards June 27, 2019 Blog | Feature Essays The Wayfarer of our Spring 2019 Issue Look for the Print and eEdition on: Amazon – B&N – Our Store “Rage, rage against the dying of the...
The Forest for the Trees by William Huggins

The Forest for the Trees by William Huggins

The Forest for the Trees by William Huggins June 27, 2019 Blog | Feature Essays The Wayfarer of our Spring 2019 Issue Look for the Print and eEdition on: Amazon – B&N – Our Store Three nights in a row coyotes wake me. In our tent, the thin membrane that allegedly...
December 2018 Kenya, The Mara | A Poem

December 2018 Kenya, The Mara | A Poem

December 2018 Kenya, The Mara | A Poem From our Spring 2019 Edition | Visit our store to treat yourself to the full issue in either print or digital format. | Browse the Store› April 19, 2019 Blog | Feature Poetry by Heloise Jones Dedicated to Simon Metekai Masago and...
The Laws of Gravity | A Poem by L.M. Browning

The Laws of Gravity | A Poem by L.M. Browning

The Laws of Gravity | A Poem by L.M. Browning From our Spring 2019 Edition | Visit our store to treat yourself to the full issue in either print or digital format. | Browse the Store› by Editor L.M. Browning March 24, 2019 Blog | Feature Poetry Expectations are sheer...
Birth by Theodore Richards

Birth by Theodore Richards

During the second to last week I worked in Zimbabwe the price of bread tripled overnight. There were strikes and riots in the cities. Mugabe was condemned by the West. The West was condemned by Mugabe. In the bush, the earth cracked in the dry air as the sun continued...
The Mindful Kitchen by Heidi Barr | Autumn 2018

The Mindful Kitchen by Heidi Barr | Autumn 2018

The Mindful Kitchen A Wellness and Food Column by Heidi Barr Autumn in Minnesota is defined by leaves turning burnt umber and ruby, picking the last of the garden crops before the first hard freeze, and spending weekends preserving whatever vegetables and fruits have...