Monthly Archives: February 2011

Homegrown Tomatoes, poem by Jenifer Lee Wallace

First thing you notice is the col­or. “Red” doesn’t do it jus­tice. This shade only exists in Tech­ni­col­or. They haunt my dreams in late Feb­ru­ary, when a foot of snow cov­ers the ground. Not ruby, not scar­let, not car­di­nal. “Puls­ing … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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News in the Redneck Press World

If you look at the drop­down menus at the top left cor­ner of the FCAC home page, you'll notice that Red­neck Press now has pages up for each of the chap­books we'll pub­lish this year as well as the anthol­o­gy … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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What to Expect When Your Wells are Fracked

I said I wasn't going to post much on this any­more, but this arti­cle strikes me as help­ful. Con­sid­er who wrote it and why, and assume that every­thing in it is prob­a­bly under­state­ment. At least, that's my sus­pi­cion. Dis­claimer: This … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Greece, memoir by Rachel Cann

Once they are born, we fall in love. Irrev­o­ca­bly. The lit­tle toes, the lit­tle fin­gers, even the arch to the eye­brows we iden­ti­fy as our own, passed down from gen­er­a­tions.  The tiny ear is mas­ter­ful­ly per­fect, whorls to cov­et a … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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HWY 78, poem by S.Lee

Just think­ing about the time we drove to Athens. It was dur­ing an after­noon thun­der­storm, it just broke and his foot wouldn't let loose, no not one bit, not even for me. While I breast fed the baby, his friend … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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