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My tell-tale brain

I do believe my brain is telling me that I rather love my little blog after all; I, like some lost defeated hero from one amongst countless nameless battles while, it staunchly waits my return.  39 more words

Literary

The Lover's Leap

I am sorry.

I brought her into bed with us again, she who worries
too much about her breath and her b.o.

all the wrinkles of offense, she who cringes at the thought, 246 more words

Literary

International Day of kissing 

It would almost be remiss of me to allow this day to go by without leaving some kind of mark in honour of today’s special status. 18 more words

Literary

Chapter 10 - The Chase

She turned the corner. Patch of land where the trees stood, looked back. He couldn’t have been more than three yards away. Terrified, she dashed on, past oak and silver birch, feet whipping up sticks, pebbles, litter. 166 more words

Crime

Essay: On Reading What You Want To and What You Don’t

Moira Peckham, BFR Editorial Staff

I often find myself wondering why I’ve come to enjoy the things that I do. The literature that I prefer to consume occasionally has acknowledgeable intellectual or literary merit, but more often than not, it is not “capital L” literature. 442 more words

Staff Literary Blog

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF GRANDMA MOSES PRESS

    

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF GRANDMA MOSES PRESS

July 2, 2015

Grandma Moses Press is an small independent poetry publisher in Las Cruces, New Mexico. 137 more words

Essay