Showing posts from September 15, 2013

Woolven...first name, Linda. ENJOY HER WORK.

Anxiety/Summer Storm White caps of madness, as memory stirs the shadows of the deep water: the black wounded depths, roll, running from consciousness, into huge untreadable waves. And you are swallowed into the unbreathable strangle of the past, suffocating in memories so painful when they surface. Anxiety tries to dog paddle in the storm. Sinks, as your lungs fill with huge gulps of desperation— howls from the past— force breaths of fear, and crawls with indecision. You are stillborn on the waves, locked in the nakedness of your own fragility. Cold and shivering, alone, in the lightening, the thunder. MORE TO COME FROM MS. WOOLVEN IN THE SUMMER/FALL 2013 ISSUE. GET READY.

We are back!

We had to take an unexpected hiatus of sorts but are back and ready to continue presenting poets from the summer 2013 issue.  Interestingly that issue is morphing into a summer/fall issue with a full fall issue still in the works.  In this way, YOU  get more poets and writers in a shorter span of time. The next poet will be presented later this evening, Thursday, September 19th and then full steam ahead resuming our presentation of summer/fall issue poets on a regular basis...'cause we are back! Oh, we will have some interesting news for YOU in the summer/fall 2013 issue and will keep you informed as to the launch date for that issue.  Thank you for your continued support and interest in what aaduna is up to.