Category: Europe

From Fredericton to Berlin

Her Heart Still Beats in New Brunswick: Interview with Carolyn Gammon by Gabriella Goliger Carolyn Gammon’s writing career and life journey defy categorization. Her author portfolio includes steamy lesbian poetry […]

Travel and Loss

Fault Line Once in Iceland I stretched my arms between the continental divide Bumpy black igneous rock tangible crevice Going home Coming home always in between My heart a fault-line […]

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Nijmegen

Earle Birney is perhaps best remembered for his poems “David” and “Bushed,” which were mandatory reading in schools for a time. Birney was a poet, novelist, professor — and soldier.  […]

photo by Debra Martens

Now Comes

In Vienna, she feels shadowed by history, time marching on. -from “Fréhel Takes Her Leave” by Sarah Bernstein Review of Now Comes the Lightning, by Sarah Bernstein (Pedlar Press, St. […]

photo: Sheila Coutts