Monthly Archives: February 2014

Monthly Archives: February 2014

Shedding Sin: A Verse Novel by Teri Louise Kelly & Jenny Toune — review by Mark McCawley

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Shedding Sin: A Verse Novel by Teri Louise Kelly & Jenny Toune   review by Mark McCawley   Shedding Sin: A Verse Novel by Teri Louise Kelly & Jenny Toune Lady Lazarus-Press, 2013 ISBN 978-1484853412 Kindle Edition|$4.53|Paperback|$18.90 8.5 x 5.5 inches, 140 pages   “My girl, my girl, don’t lie to me, Tell me where did you sleep last night?” —”Where Did You Sleep Last Night”, Nirvana’s 1994 cover of Huddie Ledbetter, a.k.a. Lead Belly’s 1944 reinterpretation. Original artist unknown. …

Mercy by Kenneth Radu

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Mercy   by Kenneth Radu   Novelist, short story writer, poet — Kenneth Radu has the unique ability to uncover the extraordinary within the everyday, to peel back the fabric of the superficial to expose hidden depths of meaning. In “Mercy” Urban Graffiti is pleased to present Radu’s story of how a dark, unspoken family secret tears apart a family’s very foundation. ~Editor   Her head had cracked against the cement floor and she believed her life had come to …

Eddie Woods — in conversation with John Wisniewski

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Eddie Woods   in conversation with John Wisniewski   JW: You had a variety of jobs over the years while getting on with your writing. Could you tell us about some of them, maybe a few that you enjoyed doing?   EW: I wholeheartedly agree with André Gide’s dictum, “All work that is not joyous is wretched.” And while the word ‘enjoy’ may not apply to my time in the Air Force, I still got a lot out of those …