Photography by Kristin L. LaFollette

Artist Statement: These photographs were all taken in my historic neighborhood in downtown Evansville, IN. The images capture the character of the buildings and homes and also suggest the need for continued attention and revitalization. Kristin LaFollette is a writer, artist, and photographer and is the author of the chapbook, Body Parts (GFT Press, 2018). She is […]

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A November Afternoon in October by Bernard Pearson

The  drooping  willows  not quite  weeping yet will soon be paying old winters debt The sky  a kind of mathematical grey forcloses on the dirt poor day. BERNARD PEARSON: His work  appears in many publications, including; Aesthetica Magazine , The Edinburgh Review, Crossways, The Gentian, Nymphs The Poetry Village, Beneath The Fever, The Beach Hut The Littlestone Journal.  In 2017 a selection of his poetry […]

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Poetry by Effy Winter

Love me back—and if you can’t, then say so, and let me go with whatever peace I can salvage. Assia Wevill, “Ted Hughes, March 1968,” She did not sign the letter but, at the bottom of the page she drew a dying bird, with outspread wings,                                                                                                                             looking like a woman who had jumped from a […]

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