Tag Archives: Poetry

Do any of us really want this to happen? Again?

Surprise! I’m not going to talk about the “Make it New” campaign this time (though you can keep that in the back of your mind, if you wish…). No, this is a matter that should concern all of us obsessed … Continue reading

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On this New Year’s Eve…

Nadir and pinnacle, here we are—Janus-like—looking behind and looking ahead. The quote is attributed to Plato, though apparently there’s some question about it and we’ll probably never know, but he’s certainly a good enough icon on which to hang the … Continue reading

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Okay, I’m the world’s worst blogger.

You would be too, if you were surrounded by editors as talented as those who surround me! It’s intimidating. But I am a half-way decent writer—and a damned good volunteer. I am determined to make this New Year a more … Continue reading

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A Selfish Rectification

Long before I became a volunteer here, many years ago when my East Coast publishing career was still alive, and at an (even more) addled time when I actually believed I had the potential to become an adequate writer (perhaps), … Continue reading

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A Thumb and a Wisp of Steam

An Interview With Alberto Ríos By Leslie A. Wootten My interview with Alberto Ríos occurred on July 7, 2010, at the Chandler, Arizona, home he shares with his family. He was feeling particularly relaxed after having finished his 28th year … Continue reading

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