Ghosts Among Usafter 'Ghost Cat' by Molly Peacock Ghosts among us will show themselvesbulge a curtaindrop a tea cupbang a portrait to the floor Turn a blue sky to maddening grey –why wouldn’t they? Gift glimpses to remind us of our mortalityto shake the space between the living and the deadthe silky divider of here… Continue reading Poem 294 – Ghosts Among Us
Newfoundland writer, Charis (pronounced Care-iss like Ferris) Cotter is celebrating the release of her fourth novel, The Dollhouse (Tundra, 2021). Before its August release, The Dollhouse was already receiving acclaim by being chosen as a Gold Standard Selection by the Junior Library Guild. Charis has done interviews on the radio and virtually, and is 'live'… Continue reading SPECIAL POST! Interview with Canada’s Queen of Ghost Stories, Charis Cotter
Curious Incident with the Mirror Last Night I like the way I look when I’m wearing a tank top & I’m sitting on the edge of the single bed in front of the mirror & I put my hands behind my headthe way my armpit hair stands up & yells I'm so long & lush… Continue reading Poem 293 – Curious Incident with the Mirror Last Night
Three more words for Robin In the eye of her stormsLove Because she is resilientBecause she is fireBecause she is strongBecause she is earthBecause she is capableBecause she is windBecause she is powerfulBecause she is water She is all the weather & the landscape it kissesBecause she knows the wrath of pain & the bodies… Continue reading Poem 292 – Three More Words & Poetry at the Manor Tonight!