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Fresh! ‘Cape Breton Guitar’ by ‘Maxim and Gervais Cormier

Fresh! ‘Cape Breton Guitar’ by ‘Maxim and Gervais Cormier

Would it be interesting to be part of the musical family? As a kid I was fascinated by The Sound of Music and how the Von Trapp family sang their way out of Nazi Austria. Growing up I got hold of bands performed by family members and also got into jams with family bands and […]

By November 14, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
How to Recount Your Dreams | a short film | Haiku Review

How to Recount Your Dreams | a short film | Haiku Review

HEART TALES by j.kiley Dreams are chaos Deeper tales unfold in heart Sleep reveals story Feelings hold stronger Not so strange story telling Narrating substance © j.kiley ’17 Haiku Couplet Best Viewing Experience Open Video Full Screen How to Recount Your Dreams | Lazy Chief We often wake up from a dream with a powerful […]

The Curies’ and Spiritualism by Lucy Santos

The Curies’ and Spiritualism by Lucy Santos

As a researcher into the cultural history of radioactivity, I am fascinated by the idea of invisible rays – and one of the more curious parts of these is how they changed the study of the supernatural in the nineteenth century. I have been exploring this over the last few weeks – just in time […]

Nina and I

Nina and I

  We met when the leaves were turning, dropping off the vines. I had become a craggy vineyard clinging to trestles and stakes. She seemed familiar, the sweet stoic cabin I passed by each day. Yet a brief conversation over coffee consummated our first date.   Next I knew I was eating pumpkin pie and […]

By October 8, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Running out of Food and Water, They Need Our Help: USVI, BVI #HurricaneIrma

Running out of Food and Water, They Need Our Help: USVI, BVI #HurricaneIrma

USVI and BVI mean so much to my husband and me. That’s our Happy Place. From Atlanta, we can be there in three hours. The devastation of the Southeast by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have been savage, but what has happened to our friends and fam in the islands is close to annilation. The visitors […]

By September 14, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Haiku Review | In a Heartbeat | a short film

Haiku Review | In a Heartbeat | a short film

LGBTQ have always felt threatened but it felt like it was getting better. Unfortunately . we are starting to feel the threats again from those who should protect our Freedoms . Civil Rights . and Equality. The White House is blatantly encouraging Hate . Racism . Violence. The Violence is condoned by The White House […]

Evening with Lillian Taylor- Author of Krymea

Evening with Lillian Taylor- Author of Krymea

Already Covered

Already Covered

I was on my way to buy some tobacco when I saw the two women walking towards me. If I hadn’t been looking at their faces I would have noticed they were both wearing exactly the same clothes, and it was only when they stopped and one of them said in an Irish accent, “Good […]

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