Sunday, June 24, 2018

riverbabble 33


Disappearing by Lola Chivallek

riverbabble 33

Summer Issue


Nancy Flynn:
          First Line of Defense: A Cento
         Continuing Questions of Vast Moment

Rafael Jesús González:
           Bendición para viaje interior / Blessing for the Inner Journey
           En el festival de jazz, Nueva Orleáns / At jazz Fest, New Orleans

Anita Pulier:
           Failed Reunion
           My Friend

Janet Reed:
          Elegy to the Boulevard Voltaire
          Sistine Family

Anita Sagastegui:
           This is a Picture
           Coquelicot / Poppy

           My brother, my eyes
           heart of the City Festival 2017 Reading

Ken Weisner:
          Letter to My Wife
          Rescuing the Bee

Bruce Bagnell:    A Knockout Babe

Amy Neill Bebergal:    Disappearing Spoon

Wayne Burke:    The Minutemen

Lucille Lang Day:    Almost Mugged in Lucca

Jeannette DesBoine:    Gifted

Grace Marie Grafton:    Adjure

KJ Hannah Greenberg:    Succor

Miriam N. Kotzin:    Nevertheless Monet Sings Country

Naomi Lowinsky:    Fire

Matt McGee:    Spicoli's Ghost

Megan Denese Mealor:    Cemetery Birds

Edward Mycue:    New-Found Fire—slack(n) / slack ('n)

James B Nicola:    skunk

Anne Paterson:    Dignity

Gregory Owen Pearse:    Blossoming

Lee Rossi:    Tranquility

B.L.P. Simmons:    Make Me a Stone

Sandra Storey:    News from the Big Island

Anne Whitehouse:    Protest Poem


Lester L. Weil:
          The 365th Day

Travis Hedge Coke:    Ceded Reach

Ken Poyner:    In Sympathy

Mitchell Toews:    Nothing to Lose

Scot Walker:    La Mer

Flash Fiction

Jon Sindell:
          That's Iyerny!
          You Win Again

jd daniels:    Eventide

Roy Dorman:    First Date With A Contract Killer

Jake W. Ford:    The River

Richard Loranger:    Earth Punk

Chuck Taylor :    Burning Off


Jim Ross:    Searching for Daddy

Scot Walker:    Poof


Disappearing by Lola Chivallek 
And thou hast left me alone for ever in the dark ways of my bitterness: 
and with a kiss of ashes hast thou kissed my mouth.

                                        JAMES JOYCE, Ulysses, Oxen of the Sun, 18537-18539.


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Pandemonium Press

2nd printing available 
the publisher:

Leila Rae, editor


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