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Poems from The Night I Heard Everything, by Mary Carroll-Hackett

  Poems from The Night I Heard Everything By Mary Carroll-Hackett   She Gave Her Meat and Milk to her children, for years, claiming to be a vegetarian, her portions of each meal steaming on their plates, any extra, carcass … Continue reading

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My Mother’s Funeral, A Review by Robert Kostuck

MY MOTHER’S FUNERAL by Adriana Páramo CavanKerry Press, 2013, 258 pp., $21.00, ISBN 1-933880-39-2 A Review, by Robert Kostuck In My Mother’s Funeral, Adriana Páramo slips between her mother Carmen’s life before children, her own childhood memories, and the present—wake, … Continue reading

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Blood and Bone, by Mary Carroll-Hackett

Blood and Bone By Mary Carroll-Hackett Thirty minutes ago, five minutes after the Not Guilty verdict was announced in the trial in which George Zimmerman was charged with murdering Trayvon Martin, my oldest son J texted me to let me … Continue reading

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Weary of a Violent Vocabulary, by Andrea W. Doray

This spring, Writing for Peace looks at gun violence, as well as violence against women and other issues of women’s equality. Weary of a Violent Vocabulary by Andrea W. Doray  The other day, the building where I was working was … Continue reading

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