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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