Mid-Week Feature: Joanna M. Weston

Blowing on Embers, Joanna M. Weston

blowing on embers until the wood catches — you understand Joanna M. Weston is married, has two cats, multiple spiders, a herd of deer, and two derelict hen-houses. Her middle-reader, Those Blue Shoes, was published by Clarity House Press, and her poetry collection,  A Summer Father, was published by Frontenac House of Calgary. Her eBooks are … Continue reading

Mid-Week Feature: Joanna Weston

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his key in a new lock — divorce Joanna M. Weston Married; has two cats, multiple spiders, a herd of deer, and two derelict hen-houses. Her middle-reader, Those Blue Shoes, was published by Clarity House Press; and her poetry, A Summer Father, was published by Frontenac House of Calgary. Her eBook, The Willow Tree Girl … Continue reading

Haiku: Anthony Santulli

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busted silo nowyouseeitnowyoudon’t never forget. Anthony Santulli is a New Jersey born writer currently attending Susquehanna University. His recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in over a dozen magazines including The Review Review, the delinquent, Bartleby Snopes, Literary Orphans, and decomP. This is his third haiku to be featured in Extract(s).

(Archive) Haiku: Rich Boucher

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You are an exam. A quiz I fail like a fool in love’s dim classroom. Rich Boucher has published four chapbooks of poetry and once hosted poetry slam in Newark, Delaware. Since moving to Albuquerque, NM in 2008, Rich has performed all over Duke City, and his poems have appeared in Adobe Walls: An Anthology … Continue reading

(Archive) Haiku: Gail Denham

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hanging by bare roots juniper dares gravity canyon waits below Gail Denham’s stories, essays, news articles, poetry, and photos have appeared in a number of national and international publications. She leads workshops in the Northwest and has produced three poetry chapbooks, the latest titled Dancin’ Thru’ Puddles.

Haiku: R. Joseph Capet

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The leaves’ veins and mine— in Japanese, 青い— both the same color R. Joseph Capet is a poet and lay theologian whose work in English and Esperanto has appeared in journals and magazines as diverse as decomP, The Montreal Review, the American Journal of Biblical Theology, and Sennaciulo. He currently lays up treasures on earth … Continue reading

Haiku: Jordan Lee

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White wires and earbuds Humming nothing far too loud Drown out rusty squeaks Jordan Lee is a 22-year-old student at Vancouver Island University, studying education. He’s enjoyed writing poetry over the last few years and has grown to love the Haiku form. This is his first publication.

(Archive) Haiku: Carrie Lopez

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Failure is not an option Dreams must continue Have faith and persist onward Carrie Lopez resides with her husband and four young children in Raymond, NH. Wearing many hats–wife, mother, nurse. Having loved the art of writing since a creative writing course taken at the age of 15, Carrie has spent a great deal of … Continue reading

Haiku: Anthony Santulli

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bridge over ice hey Mr. Graffiti Man you missed a spot Anthony Santulli is a New Jersey born writer. He is currently attending Susquehanna University on a $70,000 creative writing scholarship. His recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Postscript Journal, Bartleby Snopes, decomP, The Higgs Weldon, The Dying Goose, Trapeze Magazine, One … Continue reading

Haiku: Margaret Rozga

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held in the maple last night while you were sleeping how haiku the moon Margaret Rozga is the author of  200 Nights and One Day and Though I Haven’t Been to Baghdad, both with Benu Press. Her poems have also appeared recently in Nimrod, the Kerf, Verse Wisconsin, Stoneboat, and as a Poem of the … Continue reading

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