Features

Bell of Amherst

05/08/2017 Jaime Lubin 0

From The Walking Dead to Dallas, Emma Bell has lit up our TV screens playing strong, self-assured women who defy extraordinary circumstances. But one of her greatest recent challenges was embodying an American icon, poet Emily Dickinson, […]

Indie Presses

SMALL PRESSES, NEW VOICES

06/09/2016 Honeysuckle 1

The Role of Indie Publishing and Our New Monthly Column   by Naomi Rosenblatt, Heliotrope Books “…indie presses aren’t just becoming the places where the best books are published; they’re already there.” —Nathan Scott McNamara, […]

Art

Poetry Corner: Sharp Edges

19/09/2015 Admin Istrator 1

Sharp Edges By Moxie McMurder If everyone’s an enemy What do you have left? You created a storm Then cried in the rain You break and burn You brought chaos and pain You took such […]

Art

Poetry Corner: Double Standard

27/08/2015 Admin Istrator 2

Double Standard I thought that you were on my side My equal Friends Shared stories under sunny skies Drinking, swearing, raucous Forever up to no good For years In smokey rooms We laughed I stood […]