Saving the Places We Love

Author: © Ned Tillman Publication Date: 2014 Type: Nonfiction Ordering: Amazon Social Media: Amazon Author Page, Author Website, Facebook, LinkedIn Prologue to Saving the Places we Love First Loss The man who is angered by nothing cares about nothing.  — Edward Abbey   Good Endeavor Farm, 1962 — I woke up to rumbling; the walls […]

The Audit

Author: © Rachel May Publisher: Moon Willow Press Publication Date: October 16, 2015 Type: Short Story from the Winds of Change anthology Author Link: Syracuse University Download Link Bill turned the mower off at the top of his sloping lawn and surveyed his handiwork. Alternating segments of taller and shorter grass filled the half-acre expanse […]

Garapaima

Author: © Mark Spitzer Publication Date: August 15, 2015 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Press: Arkansas Times Chapter 2 When Jack pulled up to his dock, there was a short, squat Chipokee girl waiting there with a Royal Mounted Police officer. The kid was about twelve years old and her hair was a kaleidoscope of vibrant colors, […]

The Mysterious Frog

Authors: © Lucas Christopoulos and Kirby Record Publication Date: November 2014 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Social: Facebook Chapter 1 – The Song of the Green Frog   The green frog thrills to the perfect pond, Basking serenely at the water’s surface Her eyes observe the scrumptious prey. When one comes near, lightning strikes! She swallows […]

Texting Poems to Darwin’s Ghost

Author: © Peter Magliocco Publisher: Moon Willow Press Publication Date: June 2012 Ordering: Amazon Darwin’s Ghost It breaches time, swallow of sun-lit bramble Engorging the airs of existence We tumble beneath, eating wastrel words Over hot stones in our midst.   All that we hold in evolutionary bliss: A mammoth cache of exoskeletons Begs us […]

The Philodendrist Heresy

Author: © Jed Brody Publication Date: March 8, 2012 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Cover Artist: Linnea Paskow Press: Physics Today Excerpt from Chapter 7 A single wisp of white vapor rises through the darkness. A second white tendril ascends. The two spiral each other coyly. Additional white vapor billows upward, gathering, gushing, until a bright […]