Write One for Me – C. T. Holte

C. T. Holte grew up without color TV; played along creeks and in cornfields; went to lots of school; and has had gigs as teacher, editor, and less wordy things.  He recently migrated to New Mexico; and got a cool electric chainsaw for Christmas.  His poetry has been published in Words, Touch, California Quarterly, Months to Years, Pensive, TheContinue reading “Write One for Me – C. T. Holte”

Blackbirds and Bookstores – C. T. Holte

C. T. Holte grew up without color TV; played along creeks and in cornfields; went to lots of school; and has had gigs as teacher, editor, and less wordy things.  He recently migrated to New Mexico; and got a cool electric chainsaw for Christmas.  His poetry has been published in Words, Touch, California Quarterly, Months to Years, Pensive, TheContinue reading “Blackbirds and Bookstores – C. T. Holte”

A Teacher’s Library – Mary Redman

Mary Redman is a retired high school English teacher who currently works part time supervising student teachers for University of Indianapolis and volunteers as a docent at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields.   She has had poems published in Bangor Literary Journal, Flying Island, Nine CloudJournal, Northwest Indiana Literary Review, Snapdragon: a Journal of Healing, TiptonContinue reading “A Teacher’s Library – Mary Redman”

Ode to the Library – Imani Tolliver

Imani Tolliver (she/her) is an award-winning poet, artist, educator, public speaker, and event producer. An interdisciplinary artist, she is a collagist and watercolorist. She is a graduate of Howard University, a Cave Canem Fellow, and served as Poet Laureate for the Watts Towers Arts Center. Rooted in social justice, Imani has curated and produced aContinue reading “Ode to the Library – Imani Tolliver”

Out of Print – Bobby Parrott

Bobby Parrott earned his MFA in Creative Writing at Southern Illinois University. His poems appear or are upcoming in Preface, Grubstreet, Spoon River, Landfill, Poetic Sun, Star*Line, Stick Figure Poetry Quarterly, and elsewhere. Immersed in a forest-spun jacket of toy dirigibles, he dreams himself out of formlessness in the chartreuse meditation capsule known as Fort Collins, Colorado with his houseContinue reading “Out of Print – Bobby Parrott”