Wednesday, February 10, 2010

riverbabble, Winter 2010


Retrival by Chris Novak

Winter Solstice Issue

Contributing Writers


Dominique Brigham: Lightning Bug Messiah

J. D. Daniels: Damnest Thing I Ever Saw

Amy Cheung: West, West, and Away

Ashley Brand: November

Don Fredd: The Thing Is

Jon Sindell: Woodsmen


Rafael Jesús González:

Luna del año viejo / Moon of the Old Year
Luna azul al fin del año / Blue Moon at Year's End
Siendo honrado por la ciudad /On Being Honored by the City
Obsesión lunática / Lunatic Obsession
Riverbabble Talks with Rafael Jesús González (reprint from #12)
Rafael Jesús González accepts Proclamation in Berkeley (video)

Laura McCullough:
Certitude and Exposure
Wind and Water, the Drowning

Julene Tripp Weaver:
The Blues

Ann Walters:
After the Moon Falls
Ansel Adams Takes Another Look at the Sun

Phibby Venable:
John Dean

Charles Clifford Brooks III:
A Final Autumn Evening
Lunar Love's Wanting

M. N. Kotzin:
Lip Reading
Two Postcards

Jim Lyle: Full Moon

Suzanne Nielsen: Placing of a Candle

Jason Price Everett: Sea of Rains

Paul Lobo Portugés: The Woman in the Moon

David Brewer: The Sun Dial

Marcus Christensen: Arriving at Truth Through Papier-maché Analysis

Katelynn Greene: Sunrise Resolution on Camelback Mountain

Doug Mathewson: Station to Station

Flash Fiction

Francine Witte: Moon Story

Rich Ives:
Crying the Mare


Carlos Reyes: Comentario /Comentary:
La musa lunática / The Lunatic Muse

---Are you all in this vibration? I say you are. You once nobble that, congregation, and a buck joyride to heaven becomes a back number. You got me? It's a lifebrightener, sure. The hottest stuff ever was. It's the whole pie with jam in. It's just the cutest snappiest line out. It is immense, supersumptuous. It restores. It vibrates. I know and I am some vibrator.
JAMES JOYCE, Ulysses, p. 414., 15/2199-2204


Leila Rae, editor

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