#93 Red Willow People by Devreaux Baker

On the side street behind the tourist shops magpies gather in the park, black and white syllables broken off from the mind of the mountain. Turquoise spirit and coral heart, Jocelyn paints pueblo dreams, scratches out symbols of white on blackboard. Ancient frogs circle the edges in this dance of the Red Willow Clan. White … Continue reading #93 Red Willow People by Devreaux Baker



A  Lou Amyx’s poetry may be seen in The Arena, Naugatuck River Review, The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume IV: Louisiana, Sugar Mule, Tidal Basin Review, at qaartsiliuni.com, and at melusine.com as the winner of the 2011 Vivienne Haigh-Wood Poetry Prize. A chapbook, The Bracelet, is available from Finishing Line Press. Khadija Anderson, a Los Angeles … Continue reading Contributors