Nature’s Confession

Author: JL Morin Publisher: Harvard Square Editions Press: Interview with Eco-fiction, Teenreads, Fjords Review Prison Class I don’t know why we are here, but I’m pretty sure that it is not in order to enjoy ourselves. —Ludwig Wittgenstein The stairs creaked underfoot, and the conversation in the kitchen abruptly stopped. Kenza came down rested and […]


Author: Steve Masover Publisher: © Salted Rose Press Release Date: September 29, 2015 Press: Interview with Eco-fiction, Reviews Social Media: Author’s blog: One Finger Typing, Facebook Chapter Two October 2003 Chagall rolls up his ski mask, listening to the guard’s Jeep recede down the logging road. A crisp autumn breeze dries the sweat from his […]

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 […]

Off Grid and Free

Author: © Ron Melchiore Publication Date: Forthcoming, February 2016 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Press: Life Off Grid, produced by Phillip Vannini and Jonathan Taggart Social Media: Facebook Chapter 1 – Which Way Do I Go? A fortuitous series of events brought us to this place, a remote lake, far out in the Canadian wilderness, 100 miles […]


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 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 […]

The Apology

Author: © Paul Collins From the Anthology: Winds of Change: Short Stories about Our Climate Publication Date: October 16, 2015 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Press: Big Think “We do not know very much of the future Except that from generation to generation The same things happen again and again.” -Murder in the Cathedral. T.S. Eliot. […]

Two Houses of Oikos

Author: © James A. Schaefer Publication Date: April 8, 2015 Cover Art: Maya Schaefer Publisher: Moon Willow Press Press: Boreal Songbird Initiative Aesop’s Tortoise In the year to come, I boldly predict that you’ll accomplish the improbable. You’re going to complete a marathon–considered the most gruelling of endurance races–without training, doping or hardly even trying. Whatever […]

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 […]

The World Tree

Author: © Clara Hume Type: Short story series (Lost Ages) Publisher: Moon Willow Press Publication Date: January 2013 Ordering: Amazon The light inside the globe began to take the shape of a mighty ash tree that suddenly loomed brilliantly in a scene that wound together images of witchery and sunlight. The tree became bigger than […]