POETRY REVIEW FEATURED POET FEATURED ARTIST CONTRIBUTORS GUIDELINES ABOUT TIMELINE
Liz Ahl
          "I sing my rights to live and be."

Shaune Bornholdt
          "gnomic words I read"

Rebecca Guess Cantor
          "Girls who smile through the gray rain"

Joanna Cattonar
          "she never forgets"

Claudia Gary
          "on the evening you turn twenty-one / in Paris"

Carrie Jerrell (Featured Poet)
          "a girl long lost to the weather"

Ann Kolakowski
          "My bag can only hold so much"

Jenna Le
          "Trembling like thistledown"

Diane Lockward
          "a salmon swims in my bones"

Barbara Loots
          "a loosening of ties, a stripping clean"

Kathleen McClung
          "Why fence an emptiness?"

Susan McLean
          "Now I'm a head of shards"

Angela O'Donnell
          "the pink, the white drift of sky"

Jessica Piazza
          "We do the things that most need doing"

Rosemarie Rowley
          "if she were freighted in gold"

Maxine Silverman
          "spacious and warm, even luminous"

Katherine Smith
          "the price I pay for safety"

Linda Stern
          "I found a forty-five"

Karrie Waarala
          "her wounds assembled a bizarre / collage"

Marly Youmans
          "unkissed by flaw"


































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FEATURED ARTIST
Author Erica Jong
Marion Ettlinger: I was raised in Queens, New York, the daughter of German-Jewish immigrants. I was educated at The High School of Music & Art and The Cooper Union, both in Manhattan. Shortly after graduation, I moved to Northern Vermont, where I lived for seventeen years. Although I have been practicing portraiture since the Sixties, it was in the early Eighties that I found my true vocation in photographing poets and writers, who as subjects remain compelling and irresistible to me still. Using only natural light and black and white film, I continue this work based in Manhattan.
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