Monday, October 26, 2020

Jory Mickelson: Two Poems

Johnathan to David after Hannah VanderHart What is shameful about this nakedness? I have given you every weapon, my armor. Adorn...

“Going Home” by Lukpata Lomba Joseph

Going Homei.My children used to singand dance under multipleeyes of the sky; the skyperches on my children’sbodies with a...

“Weather Talks” by Nancy Oluchi Eluwa

WEATHER TALKS If only the cloud Could walk down to me And whisper…. I am here Then I would whisper To...

“The Red Sofa” by Paul Ilechko

The Red Sofa The narrow strand was an ink stain was a thin black line on the red sofa...

“Breathings” by Stephen Mead

Breathings Darkness befriends us, the shelter of trees. Even when stark shell-shocked centers petrified, they stand willing.  Afterwards, gently breeze-...

“how do you spell desolation?” by Boloere Seibidor

how do you spell desolation?where i live, war cries mingle with the sound of scurrying feet as...

Call for Submissions – JOURNAL STORIES

Call for Submissions - JOURNAL STORIESThe writer Teju Cole in his Eight Letters to...

“Cairn” by Lynn White

Cairn  I now know for sure that someone was here before me in this vast desolate place. I thought I was the first, the first to climb this high, the first...

“Beryl’s Story” by Neil Creighton

Beryl’s Story for all children of the Stolen Generation, and in particular for Faye Moseley and Doreen Webster, whose experiences in the Cootamundra Girls Training...

GIVE ME YOUR TEETH: a children’s story by Amirah Al Wassif,...

Introduction by Tariro Ndoro I remember reading as a child quite vividly. My favourite stories were by Roald Dahl and were mostly improbable stories set...
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