Nicole Lyons Reviews Christine E. Ray’s The Myths of Girlhood

‘The Myths Of Girlhood’ is a staggering journey into the heart and the soul of every insecure girl who has ever felt unloved, unworthy, or invisible. ‘The Myths Of Girlhood’ reaches far deeper than any feminist manifesto we have begrudgingly left to our daughters; there is nothing bitter here, only heart wrenching, soul pulling truths, … Continue reading Nicole Lyons Reviews Christine E. Ray’s The Myths of Girlhood

Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews John Biscello’s Arclight

What an incredible and irreplaceable collection. John Biscello has already earned his stripes with the first poem in his book Arclight. Biscello has that very rare quality of being a natural born poet. His use of words is so sublime and striking, it has the power to cast into shade, most other poets. Such is his … Continue reading Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews John Biscello’s Arclight

We Cannot Look Away: Not another 17, not another One

We will not forget Just another day just another town bullet perforated backpacks spilling loose-leaf lined paper, textbooks onto blood stained sidewalks helicopters hovering to give us the birds eye view I tried to avert my eyes out of respect for the dead the injured but I could not look away Christine Ray Even though … Continue reading We Cannot Look Away: Not another 17, not another One

Indie Blu(e) Publishing Releases Arclight

Indie Blu(e) Publishing is thrilled to announce the release of  Arclight by John Biscello. John Biscello is not simply a novelist and poet, but an alchemist of verses. In Arclight, Biscello captains a voyage that transcends the physical world with graceful introspection, and philosophical wonder. His reflective nature invites us to ponder our own life … Continue reading Indie Blu(e) Publishing Releases Arclight

Megha Sood Shares Her Favorite Indie Feminist Books of 2018

Name: Megha Sood Where you post your writing: https://meghasworldsite.wordpress.com/ https://whisperandtheroar.com/ https://godoggocafe.com/ http://arielchart.blogspot.com/ https://freeverserevolution.wordpress.com/ https://candlesonline.wordpress.com/ https://poetscornerblog.wordpress.com/ Publications: We Will not be Silenced ( Indie Blu(e) Press), 2018 Oddball Magazine Scrittura Magazine Dime Show Review Fourth and Sycamore KOAN ( Paragon Press) Vita Brevis Literature Three favorite indie books of 2018 1.  Composition of a woman Author: … Continue reading Megha Sood Shares Her Favorite Indie Feminist Books of 2018

Basilike Pappa Shares Her Favorite Indie Books of 2018

Name: Basilike Pappa Where you post your writing: I post on my blog Silent Hour and on Sudden Denouement - A Global Divergent Literary Collective Publications: My prose has appeared in Life & Art Magazine, Intrinsick, and Timeless Tales, and my poetry in Rat’s Ass Review, Surreal Poetics and Bones – Journal for Contemporary Haiku. … Continue reading Basilike Pappa Shares Her Favorite Indie Books of 2018

From Brave and Reckless’ Winter Holiday Writing Prompt Challenge- P.J. Robertson

Writers and poets winter poetry miracles weaving frayed corners of their madness into crystalline words sparkling diamonds that hang in the icicles of long dark winter catching our eye as the fog rolls in. Angel wings brushing the tiniest ray of sun lite words igniting flames of the familiar melting drip by drip into veins … Continue reading From Brave and Reckless’ Winter Holiday Writing Prompt Challenge- P.J. Robertson

BOOK REVIEW: KINDRA M. AUSTIN’S TWELVE, BY MARIAH VOUTILAINEN

Kindra Austin’s Twelve continues where Constant Muses left off, rich and intense. By Mariah Voutilainen After having read Constant Muses, I eagerly awaited the release of Kindra Austin’s Twelve.  I expected more of the imagery of Muses, with its cigarette smoke and endless cocktails.  While those common threads are there, Twelve favors the much more potent darkness of decay and memento mori.  In Twelve, Austin further exposes the connection between … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: KINDRA M. AUSTIN’S TWELVE, BY MARIAH VOUTILAINEN

WINTER HOLIDAY WRITING PROMPT CHALLENGE ON BRAVE AND RECKLESS

There is still time to participate in the Brave and Reckless Winter Holiday Writing Prompt Challenge! This December, my thoughts have turned to the simple pleasures of the winter holidays. I have reached the age where I am a little weary of material possessions- well, unless it’s a book. There’s always room in my life for more … Continue reading WINTER HOLIDAY WRITING PROMPT CHALLENGE ON BRAVE AND RECKLESS