Reckoning – Journal of Environmental Justice Fiction

Authors:  Emily Houk, Goldie Locks, Benjamin Parzybok, Christopher Brown, James Treat Publisher: © Reckoning Press; ebook distributed by Weightless Books Publication Date: July 2017 Type: Poetry, Fiction, Art Social Media: Twitter, Facebook Excerpts from Reckoning 1 The Plague Winter by Emily Houk The year the plague doctor came to town, winter came early and held on […]

Paradise Lost

Author: John Milton License: In the public domain. February 1992 Project Gutenberg release. Original Publication Date: 1667 Excerpt from Book V His wonder was to find unwakened Eve With tresses discomposed, and glowing cheek, As through unquiet rest: He, on his side Leaning half raised, with looks of cordial love Hung over her enamoured, and […]

The Silence Spreading across the Natural World

Author: © Donna Mulvenna Type: Prose Author Links: YouTube, Goodreads, Pinterest, Facebook “The earth has music for those who listen.” – George Santayana I see a lot of trees from my office window. Although, I don’t actually have a window. I don’t have walls either. Or a roof. I have a small wooden table, a […]

California Poems

Author: © Carolyn Welch Publication Date: July 2014 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Review: Tom Hibbard Rucksack Revolution In the lofty meadow path with yellow firs and ducks, creeks tempt us–naked bath among the aspen tucks? Our Morley pokes at the stream, and barefoot writes his prose; we hike on in boot-fall dream, leather crunching our […]

The Sacred River …

Author: © Tom Hibbard Publication Date: August 12, 2011 Publisher: Moon Willow Press In Memory Of: Jack Kerouac THE GREEN UNIVERSE I. a misty tautology glimmers on the lake beyond understanding where the downtrodden hang by an anesthetized thread that parasitism devours with inappropriate guilt as though civilization were garbage in a twirled dimension people together […]

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 […]