Home, What Happens When You Don’t Have One

By Debra J. White Home can be a studio apartment with leaky plumbing, a cracked ceiling and pesky cockroaches or a spacious mansion with a neatly manicured lawn and a four-car garage. For cats and dogs, home can be with an owner who lives in a lakeside cabin or with a senior citizen in a … Continue reading Home, What Happens When You Don’t Have One

The Invisible Speaks and Other Poems by Erika Kamlert

The Invisible speaks You said you wanted to hear all of the grotesquely fascinating details and clichés Like the bright red inside of the earliest morning, so early it’s almost still night And the abysmal bed of wet and dirt, so dirty it’s almost hard and then her pure cunning, so bad it’s almost good … Continue reading The Invisible Speaks and Other Poems by Erika Kamlert