Tuesday, December 7, 2010
(Cover used by permission of Terry Kattleman, publicity director.)
Confrontation has been around since 1968, publishing many writers early in their careers whose names you know now! Their mission is eclecticism, as they say here on their homepage.
You can also visit them at Facebook, where 3 poems from the current issue are posted for discussion. (One of them is mine! The harmonica poem, not the icky poem, which stays in the print version, please. It's really icky. But, hey, so is the voodoo lily!)
Why do women have to change into trees to get away from men who pursue them? This always troubles me.
Why did Elizabeth Edwards have to suffer emotionally in her marriage, just when she did not need extra suffering?
I need to warn Kim, who found out about Ron Santo in my blog, that there is more bad news.
Elizabeth Edwards died. She is finding out about the next transformation. Or not. Her family is, for sure.