A Second Helping of Pie Before I Get Back to Work

The holidays are the time of year to gather around the table with loved ones, eat belly-bursting meals, and . . . write? As writers, we often like to find routines, whether that be waking up an hour early every day to work on our next best seller or typing a few lines of a […]

Poetry Book Review: A Morsel of Bread, A Knife by Roberta P. Feins

    A Morsel of Bread, A Knife by Roberta P. Feins Center on Contemporary Art Occasional Monograph Series 84 pp., $18.00   Of all the topics poets tackle, the topic of the mother-daughter relationship ranks high on the scale of interest. Writers endlessly probe memories, conversations, events, inherited traits and objects, rights of passage. […]

Interview with Poet Tricia Knoll

As we celebrate older women poets with our special Crone Issue that was released on October first, we thought it important to ask one of our contributing poets to share her wisdom in an interview. We chose to interview Tricia Knoll because she has appeared in our pages in past issues and contributed three pieces […]