“David Bowie: Sound and Vision” by Julie Greenberg

Today, Lise Quintana and Kolleen Carney explore “David Bowie: Sound and Vision,” by Julie Greenberg, submitted for the Dearly Beloved anthology. I saw him walk in as I was eating Cheetos and processing a credit card order for a customer.   My throat started to close, electric zaps shot up to my head causing an intense … Read More

“The Vanity” by Derrick Lafayette

Today, Lise Quintana and Matt Guerruckey explore “The Vanity” by Derrick Lafayette, submitted to Drunk Monkeys. From the view At the tip of a feather Fallen from your left wing I descended to earth The four line poem ran circles through my mind, as I kept looking to the floor. Looking into the Ivory shag … Read More

“The Poet as Fool” by Sally Zakariya

Today, Lise Quintana and Selena Chambers explore “The Poet as Fool” by Sally Zakariyas, submitted for Issue #12, Edgar Allan Poe. For Zak, with lines from “The Purloined Letter”  Not altogether a fool, said pseudonymous G. in the Poe story, but then he is a poet, which I take to be only one remove             … Read More