In case anyone needs this today. Poetry Files. Wandering Words. Bruce Kilarski. The Candle that Slowly Flickers.

Wandering Words Bruce Kilarski The Candle that Sadly Flickers I see a candle that sadly flickers, Her flame uncertain but alive. She sputters from such savage drafts, Her purpose almost gutters. And when within a world of suns, Her light seeems so surrended, Unfelt, not seen by anyone. An sadly she just doesn't see The … Continue reading In case anyone needs this today. Poetry Files. Wandering Words. Bruce Kilarski. The Candle that Slowly Flickers.

4 Questions with Sophie Bowns.

Sophie Bowns 1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.) Hi Katie. I'm 25 and live in Cumbria. I've previously completed two years of student nurse training, but hated it so I left and moved back home and worked as a carer. I'm currently an Exam invigilator and I'm training to be … Continue reading 4 Questions with Sophie Bowns.

4 Questions with Joanna Valente.

Joanna Valente 1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.) ​I'm just a weirdo. I think that sums up basically everything about me. I love the strange, the unusual (hi, Beetlejuice!), and am always interested in people who live life on the fringe, who see things a little differently. In general, I … Continue reading 4 Questions with Joanna Valente.

A Q & A with Pat Furstenberg, on her AsGoodAsGold Blog Tour

#ASGoodAsGold by @PatFurstenberg #BlogTour Whenever I see a dog watching something, that absorbed look in his eyes, ears pricked, muzzle quivering - either out on the window or at a bird perched on a branch - I ask myself: what goes through my darling dog’s mind? Is he waiting for someone? Surely dogs have an internal body clock; if you had a pet, you’ve definitely noticed how perceptive dogs are towards their environment and especially towards us, their, um, pack members. Still, what exactly goes through a dog’s mind? What kind of questions do they ask themselves? How do dogs understand life? When they look at a snail, for example, besides its scent, what else do they take in? And how does a dog feel when… a cat is suddenly introduced to the family? These questions stood behind the poems and haiku from As Good as Gold - as engaging as a tail wag. As Good as Gold celebrates the essential things in life as seen through the eyes of our old time favourite furry friends. I chose poetry as a form of expression because I believe dogs are smart pets with a poet’s heart, yet with a great sense of humor. Dogs are full of questions, yet they are famed sellers of innocence especially when it comes to explaining their mishaps and often foolish effervescence through ponderings such as “Why IS a Cat Not Like a Dog”, “As Brown as Chocolate”, “Silver Stars and Puppy Tail” or, best yet, “Dog or Book?” Written for their human companions, by dogs, these poems are an ode to the best of times, celebrating the beauty of a life spent waging one’s tail. A fun read for of all ages, it includes 35 poems and haiku accompanied by expressive portraits of our canine friends

4 Questions with Leila Tualla.

Leila Tualla 1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.) - I am a follower of Christ, first and a mama second. I most definitely use faith - struggles, waywardness, intensity of being "in it," and motherhood, in all its messy and beautiful glory, in all of my poems. 2, What are … Continue reading 4 Questions with Leila Tualla.