Category Archives: prose poems

Ann Beattie’s “Snow”–Story of the Day

I just discovered Ann Beattie’s “Snow,”–available on the net (click the word “snow”)–an amazingly powerful and impossibly tiny, almost a-prose-poem story. For some reason, I can’t call it flash.  It’s two and a half pages long and extraordinary in every … Continue reading

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How I Kiss Her Turning Head still available!

Monkey Puzzle Press, publisher of my chapbook, How I Kiss Her Turning Head, is sadly closed, but my little book is still available from me.  Just drop me an email — jen at fish clamor )dot( com. They’re $10, free … Continue reading

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Look at this yummy treat found by accident today! Desert Love Poem by Dominika Wrozynski

Found on internet. Surely is published somewhere. I will never find it again it is too deicious not to share from the blog where i found it, a poem of the day blog. Stsnd by. I will find it! Continue reading

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First Book Review By Total Stranger!

SmallPressPicks.com reviews _How I Kiss Her Turning Head_. Continue reading

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