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Sixteen Sonnets: January/February

                                                  (“Flower Icon” artwork by Catherine Armbrust)   ARMBRUST IN LOVE None love with greater passion than I love— not Shakespeare nor...

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Contemporary Haiku

 (artwork by Eric Sweet)   MESSAGES rain telegraphing to pavement my memories, my deepest desires   FAMILY Beavers gnawing birch build dams transforming bare earth to life-breeding streams.   LOSS Fracking Everglades in endless craving for oil suffocates bluegill.   HIDDEN Beneath the surface my...

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The Elitist: Tea with Miz Welty

The early January chill came right through my thin sweater as I stood on the sidewalk looking at a Jackson, Mississippi house:  a combination of Stockbroker Tudor and center hall Colonial, two-storey with a small portico, the muckeldey-dun colored brick merging right on into a...

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Stoney Lamar: A Sense of Balance

This is the final weekend to see Stoney Lamar’s wood and steel sculptures—a graceful display of balance, symmetry and energy—at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. Two of his larger works greet you as you approach the exhibit’s entrance. As you enter the multi-room...

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Mentor: Remembering William Packard

In the early ‘90s, I was living in a fourth-floor walkup studio apartment on Sullivan Street in Greenwich Village, between Bleecker and Thompson streets. A block and a half from Washington Square Park, the area being swallowed up by New York University. I was freelancing...

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A Glimpse of Star: Christmas Poems

A GLIMPSE OF STAR Lying on my futon I opened your homemade Christmas card. Loose gold glitter sprinkled across my black-jerseyed chest, my navy-blue comforter. You had turned my bed to starlight sky and made me a part of it. For days I left the...

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Artist Matt Ballou: “…miraculous reality of being”

Matt Ballou is an associate teaching professor of painting and drawing at the University of Missouri in Columbia, and a friend of my daughter and son-in-law who also are teaching there. He’s also one of the most prolific artists I’ve had the privilege to know,...

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Artist Elizabeth Weber: “…brilliant, radiant light”

“Painting becomes a process of alchemy for me- a space where even the deepest, darkest pain is transformed into brilliant, radiant light.” — Elizabeth Weber I consider the artist Elizabeth Weber a friend, even though we rarely see each other face-to-face. Via the Intenet, I...

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