by Mark Clemens
This is the experience of waiting: wanting to be doing something but knowing it won’t mean anything—the meaning is what we’re waiting for.
Buddhism for Western Children – Kirstin Allio
There’s something odd, on the face of it, about a novel sending its protagonist into a therapist’s office.
The Juniper Tree – Barbara Comyns
One of the scariest moments of THE JUNIPER TREE is nothing more than the sight of some flowers on the floor.
Try Never – Anthony Madrid
The cosmic, the Unfathomable Voice gains its authority primarily through rhythm, meter, and form. What it actually says, however true, is an afterthought.