Queen Mob’s Tea House’s “Dear Poetry Editor” with John Taylor

Queen Mob’s Tea House’s “Dear Poetry Editor” with John Taylor

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Today our own John Taylor appears in Queen Mob’s Tea House‘s “Dear Poetry Editor” feature, in which editors reflect on four broad topics: “on perspectives about poetry,” “on poetry,” “on publishing,” and “on regret.” John discusses making poetry appealing to people like his grandmother, what…

Redivider Podcast #11: What’s a Surgeon to a Coroner?

Redivider Podcast #11: What’s a Surgeon to a Coroner?

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On this (day late) episode, the Redivider Podcast All-Star Team 2016 (Brad on the mound, Simon in net, and Doug under center) discuss whether or not what we are reading affects what we’re writing and whether or not you should…

“Eleven Signs My Bipolar Moods are Cycling,” A. Lyn Carol

“Eleven Signs My Bipolar Moods are Cycling,” A. Lyn Carol

Eleven Signs My Bipolar Moods Are Cycling

A. Lyn Carol

  1. I’m productive and smart, gregarious and charming, a regular Miss Slyboots with my zingy repartee. I can’t imagine ever being sad, and I’m convinced I’ve finally beaten bipolar. When the UPS man teases…

“Death is a Work in Progress,” John Sibley Williams

“Death is a Work in Progress,” John Sibley Williams

Death is a Work in Progress

John Sibley Williams

My mother says fox while gesturing toward an old red wagon abandoned in our yard for decades. A word so cavernous her entire body vanishes into it. Body of misfiring electrons. Scattered images,…

“The Town of Milkcarton Kids,” Ali Rachel Pearl

“The Town of Milkcarton Kids,” Ali Rachel Pearl

“The Town of Milkcarton Kids”

Ali Rachel Pearl

In the town of Milkcarton kids, the ground is always on fire. The small feet of the Milkcarton kids have calloused into shoes; in some cases, hooves. The kids, not young, are always running,…