April 1 – Cal Freeman

Welcome to National Poetry Month and Gyroscope Review’s month-long celebration of poets – and their diverse Writing Assistants. Enjoy the audio/video works by previous Gyroscope Review poets, and be sure to check out the Author and fun Writing Assistant Bio at the end of each National Poetry Month poet post. Don’t forget to tag the […]

Origin Stories – Thomas A. Thomas

Almost by Thomas A. Thomas Through the dream veil made of orchids another timeline appears in this one, horses hobbled so as not to graze too far overnight and behind them on the backdrop of an alpine lake the floatplanes land and take off, or float like kittiwakes The horses are fat & fit and […]

Origin Stories – Joanne Durham

Garbage by Joanne Durham Creepy old guy’s digging through the garbage at 6:00 am— Bill complains on the locals’ page. Neighbors suggest he’s an artist, gathering tin to shape into tourist treasures, replace creepy with harmless, quiet, down on luck, vow to leave sorted cans along his route, even say his name. Bill retorts SO […]