The Poem and its Inspiration, Nan Nickson
©Amanda Richards, 2017
Amanda Richards is a freelance writer and editor living in central Pennsylvania with her husband and young son. She enjoys baking, reading, and large cups of tea. When she’s not saving the world one typo at a time, Amanda can be found scouring local antique stores and flea markets for antique inkwells.
Meredith Brown proposes a repurposing of monument pedestals with her photo ‘The Future’:
Kevyn Matthews and Max
Meredith Brown writes: Max is my first and only child. He’s 18 months old. I’ve been a Baltimore City School teacher for 14 years. I’ve been taking pictures for 7 years and started at the local animal shelter photographing adoptable animals. My husband Kevyn and I own The Dog Chef Cafe in historic Mount Vernon in Baltimore, MD. https://www.thedogchef.com/
©Meredith Brown, 2017
The image is a section of a plate glass sliding door after it was struck by lightning.
Sam Florsheim is a writer and photographer. He lives in Wisconsin.
©Sam Florsheim, 2014
Robin Cracknell’s poetry is produced by randomly shuffling subtitles from foreign cinema. By allowing chance to decide how dialogue is rearranged, a narrative of a particular film becomes a completely different story; identities erased, scenes re-sequenced. Somehow, a story about X becomes a poem about Y. La Jetée (original dialogue randomly shuffled) One day she […]
via Subtitle Poetry, by Robin Cracknell — Punch Drunk Press
by Julibel Jordan
©Julibel Jordan, 2017
According to Julibel Jordan’s FB info, she is ‘a real human being.’ She is a teacher, writer, and consummate cat caretaker. She lives in Florida.