Narrated by Jane Glasser When his brother died a silent scream— like wind-ripped leaves— swirled to an island across the sea. When his brother died his skin fell off— a wreath at his feet— and his bones danced a jiggy dirge beside an open grave. When his brother died his tears streamed a cataract […]
It is John C Mannone’s joy to begin serving as the poetry editor for Liquid Imagination.
Maureen Bowden in an ex-patriate Liverpudlian living with her musician husband in North Wales, where they try to evade the onslaught of their children and grandchildren. She has had seventy-two poems and short stories accepted for publication.
Dawn yawned the day half-awake. Cardinals jostled the morning, circled the sunflower feeder. The sun pulled itself from treetops limb to limb. It glared at a murder of crows flocking to the aid of a brother disputing with the blue jays. The sky grimaced, a swarm of clouds from the north plotted to hide the […]