Family, Faith and the Intimacy of the Human Body fill Marjorie Maddox’s Collection Bittersweet, complex energies wrestle through the verses of Marjorie Maddox‘s Transplant, Transport, Transubstantiation. Published in 2004 through Wipf and Stock Publishers, this set of poetry is markedly … Continue reading Maddox Zeroes in on Microcosms
Rugby is an incredible sport that is at last breaking through to the masses and, like anything new, newcomers are going to have some questions about it. This modest little piece is here to serve as an introduction to any person intrigued by this sport, its history and curious as to how one can get involved. Continue reading Five Things You Should Know About Women’s Rugby
Does your work burst like fireworks or must it age like wine? Until yesterday I was rolling along from Texas to Twentynine Palms, California with my two dogs, Milly and Mimir (also known as the M&M’s). It’s a fairly long … Continue reading What Kind of Genius Are You?
Do You Want A Free Poetry Book Review? Hi all! I’m very excited to announce that submissions for Berry’s Poetry Book Review are now open! Now don’t worry, the submission guidelines are simple and my book reviews are free. First, … Continue reading Submissions Are Open!
Stagnant water bears far too much of a similarity to me right now. There’s still life under the depths of this pond but nothing is flowing, no creativity is flooding over the banks to hydrate waiting plot lines and unorganized … Continue reading Drowning While Standing Still