BELL PETTIGREW MUSEUM – Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe has had approximately 50 poems accepted by editors since 2017, online, in print and as spoken word. Recent pieces are in Lucent Dreaming, Aromatica Poetica, Squawk Back, Abridged, Seventh Quarry and in anthologies. He particularly admires the work of Edith Sodergran, Emily Dickinson and Ted Hughes. He shares a home in Milton Keynes with aContinue reading “BELL PETTIGREW MUSEUM – Rob Lowe”

COMBINATION – Alex O. Bleecker

Alex O. Bleecker is a high school English teacher in Hsinchu, Taiwan. A member of the Seattle-based RE DRUM poetry collective and co-founder of the Breadline performance series, his work has appeared in various print and online journal. His first chapbook Found in a Cord was published by Poets Wear Prada in 2005.

Ode to the Public Library – Fran Abrams

Fran Abrams, Rockville, MD, began writing poetry in 2017.  She has had poems published in print and online, including in the Winter 2021 Bulletin of Alan Squire Publishing, Bourgeon Online,and Cathexis-Northwest Press. Her poems appear in eight anthologies, including This is What America Looks Like from Washington Writers Publishing House. In 2019, she read at Houston Poetry Fest and at DiVerse GaithersburgContinue reading “Ode to the Public Library – Fran Abrams”

Stories Under the Porch – Fran Abrams

Fran Abrams, Rockville, MD, began writing poetry in 2017.  She has had poems published in print and online, including in the Winter 2021 Bulletin of Alan Squire Publishing, Bourgeon Online,and Cathexis-Northwest Press. Her poems appear in eight anthologies, including This is What America Looks Like from Washington Writers Publishing House. In 2019, she read at Houston Poetry Fest and at DiVerse GaithersburgContinue reading “Stories Under the Porch – Fran Abrams”

Potential

There is so much potential In the stack of books Yet to be read. It is the unlimited unknown. Infinite possibility. The unread unknown Never grows smaller. Each book opened Fills the mind a little more With knowledge yes, But with potential, even more. Martha E. Meacham