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Thursday, February 8, 2024: Three photographs by Edward Lee

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 Bio:  Edward Lee is an artist and writer from Ireland. His paintings and photography have been exhibited widely, while his poetry, short stories, non-fiction have been published in magazines in Ireland, England and America, including The Stinging Fly, Skylight 47, Acumen and Smiths Knoll.  His poetry collections are  Playing Poohsticks On Ha’Penny Bridge ,  The Madness Of Qwerty ,  A Foetal Heart  and  Bones Speaking With Hard Tongues . He also makes musical noise under the names Ayahuasca Collective, Orson Carroll, Lego Figures Fighting, and Pale Blond Boy. His blog/website can be found at  https://edwardmlee. wordpress.com

Thursday, February 1, 2024: Leah Mueller's "The Other Passenger"

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  Leah Mueller's work appears in Rattle, NonBinary Review, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Citron Review, The Spectacle, New Flash Fiction Review, Atticus Review, Your Impossible Voice, etc. She is a 2022 nominee for both Pushcart and Best of the Net. Leah's flash piece, "Land of Eternal Thirst" appears in the 2022 edition of Best Small Fictions. Her two newest books are The Failure of Photography (Garden Party Press, 2023), and Widow's Fire (Alien Buddha Press, 2023). Website: http://www.leahmueller.org. You don’t like taking the last ferry home to the island. But you whooped it up in Seattle at the Blue Moon tavern, so you don’t have much choice. If you fail to catch the boat, you’ll need to take a drunken nap on the dock, car windows rolled up against the rain. The final ferry leaves at 2:00 AM, and the next doesn’t run until 5:10. You’ve missed that damn boat before. Longest three hours you ever spent in one place. You reach the ferry with seconds to spare. The s

Friday, January 19, 2024: Janis Butler Holm's 'Alien Transport"

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  Janis Butler Holm served as associate editor for Wide Angle , the film journal, and currently works as a writer and editor in sunny Los Angeles. Her prose, poems, art , and performance pieces have appeared in small press, national, and international magazines. Her plays have been produced in the U.S., Canada, Russia, and the U.K. © 2024 Janis Butler Holm

Friday, December 15, 2023: Ann Tweedy's "Self-Guided Tour" (and accompanying photo)

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  Ann Tweed’s first full-length book, The Body’s Alphabet , was published by Headmistress Press in 2016. It earned a Bisexual Book Award in Poetry and was also a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award and for a Golden Crown Literary Society Award. Ann also has published three chapbooks, Beleaguered Oases , White Out , and A Registry of Surviva l. Her poems have appeared in Rattle, Literary Mama, Clackamas Literary Review, Naugatuck River Review , and many other places, and she has been nominated for two Pushcart Prizes and two Best of the Net Awards. A law professor by day, Ann has devoted her career to serving Native Tribes. She currently teaches at University of South Dakota Knudson School of Law. Read more about her at: www.anntweedy.com. Twitter: atweedy01 Instagram: nightpoet1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anntweedypoet © 2023 Ann Tweedy Self-Guided Tour self-guided tour the thing is i am not generous i can remember countless times i thought of being good and giving like i wa

Friday, December 1, 2023: Pushcart Prize Nominees

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  This year’s Pushcart Prize nominees are: L. Ward Able “Cartographer” (poem) Lorraine Caputo  “Wraiths” (poem) Eric Lawson “ Ultimate Bingo ” (fiction)              4. Sarah Sarai “ This Way and That ” (poem)                    5. Anne Tweedy “ Axis ” (poem)                   6)  Kelley White “Winnipesaukee, Snow Moon" (poem) Congratulations to the nominees. Please enjoy their work, and the work of all the other worthy poets, writers, and artists. Thank you for your readership, and your support. Marie C Lecrivain Curator Dashboard Horus