Where is the village in the valley where astounding beauty can be witnessed in “Day poplar and grass burst blossoming” but could also be the home of a boy whose haunting dreams stir him from sleep: “He listens between heart beats;... Read More
Old Doc Runningduck encourages the reader to drop the words “subtle sophisticated deep meaningful and plot” in the “T’introduction” of his book "Still awfully fond of Nanny". This is perhaps some very good advice because... Read More
Poetry and art join together in Rufus Daigle’s "The Mystic Sings" to create a unique and pleasurable book. Many of the poems in the book appear to be untitled, yet the beginning of each poem is clearly indicated by a small sketch by... Read More
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