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...
Contemplating Fatherhood by Theodore Richards

Contemplating Fatherhood by Theodore Richards

The Contemplative Column by Theodore Richards   “Three Girls?!” I have three daughters. This is generally one of the first things I tell people about myself because it is, I have come to know, the central fact of my life. It is perhaps also true that it is the...
Gifts of the Ordinary by Heidi Barr

Gifts of the Ordinary by Heidi Barr

by Heidi Barr, an excerpt from Woodland Manitou Kahlil Gibran once wrote, “We choose our joys and sorrows long before we experience them.” There is not a day that goes by that I do not have the opportunity to dwell on 30 seconds of disappointment, or two minutes of...