By all physiological accounts, my heart is fine, but there will always be evidence of where the blood flow was cut off for too long.
Category: March-April 2019
Slur by Karim Lakhani
I turn to see three skinheads perched on a wall behind a jumble of forsaken cardboard boxes.
The Broken Bird by Elizabeth Hart Bergstrom
In this story, you and I sat beside a shallow pool that shone like a mirror. We saw a young boy chasing a dove that couldn’t fly.
CRAFT: It’s in the Blood by Tyler Grimm
We all suffer differently, but there are countless solutions, strategies, concepts, resources, or even just tiny steps that may be helpful.
WRITING LIFE: How to Write About Trauma in a Safe(r) Way by Yolande House
When I first started writing about my childhood physical and emotional abuse in 2006, I did almost everything wrong.
Review: The Ultimate Droodles Compendium…by (the late author) Roger Price and Editor Fritz Holznagel
As I read The Ultimate Droodles…I could smell cigarette smoke, hear ice tinkling in a glass and the sound of my grandmother’s typewriter clacking away
Review: The Salt Lake Papers: From the Years in the Earthscapes of Utah by Edward Lueders
Lueders… has written a book that reflects both his love of the earth and love of language.
Review: The Fourth String by Janet Pocorobba
When a friend sends Pocorobba a magazine ad for free lessons on a traditional Japanese instrument called the shamisen, Pocorobba signs up.
Hippocampus Alumni Updates: News from Our Speakers, Contributors & Friends – March 2019
These were updates we received between the release of our January/February issue release and March 1.