Struggle continues. On this anniversary, we present a poem by Diane Henningfeld, originally published in SC 2.2: “Snatches.”
Today’s rescue from the archives is Februarial poetry on loss and stop-loss, from two-time contributor Joan Colby, “What Is Saved“:
Growing up, or growing blind, or something in between, an unavoidable consequence of autonomy, don’t you think? From our first theme issue, “women,” comes Lindsey Gates-Markel’s short fiction “Monologue.”
And who does not love a tiny snowsuit? And who cannot hear the tinny shriek of the overburdened mother just trying to grab some pasta at the supermarket? We don’t know. We don’t know. We need saving most days. And here’s a verse for you, babies, Sandra Faulkner’s “Pacifier Ode.”
This poem originally appeared in our first “Women” themed issue (SC 2.2). Get in on this goodness with a purchase or download. Give thanks for great lit (and help us print this lovely work): subscribe.
Merry American Thanksgiving, friends. Read on!
Today we’re sneaking in a prose poem from SC 2.2 by multitalented artist Justine Chan: “Mastermind.” We hereby award this poem the Best Use of Shoulderhorse Award. Seriously: