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by MJ Gardner

The backyard was a magical place. There was a picnic table that was also a ship or a desert island or a tent. On the swing set her feet could touch the clouds. Roses grew along the fence and every time she came into the back yard she checked the bushes to see the progression […]Read More...

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In my previous blog post, “Science Fiction Poetry: Some Starting Questions,” I posed a few questions we as readers of SF poetry could use to determine what we can and should expect from the genre. This post will focus on whether or not we should read SF poems differently from literary poems, and if so, […] ”Read

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Swans in Half-Mourning, a prose poem in ninety-six parts from Per Second Press, is perhaps the most ”Read

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I'm very happy this week to share an interview with author and creative writing teacher (and Chair ”Read

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