African Sacredness, When Fiction Becomes Reality

                                                    Serubiri Moses   “No one who loves life would wish to imitate her dedication to martyrdom  nor would wish it for his children nor for anyone else whom he loves.” – Susan Sontag, Simone Weil (New York Review of…

Four Poems by John Stocks

Alexandria I took my imagination for a walk Unwisely from the port, the teeming streets Were like my head, a restless cacophony. Poverty screamed like a coyote Trash gathered flies where babies crawled To play in gutters, does anybody care…

Haiku by Virginie Colline; Illustration "Mark Twain Fish Fry" by Mark Erickson

Batik Haiku dreamy eye phosphenes a pineapple split open across your canvas Mark Erickson is a painter and lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. He began his interest in art while attending schools in Munich, Germany and…

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