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On the Happenstance of Luck and the Circumstance of Bliss

  There is no reason one person is lucky and not another. No reason that Tuesday morning at 8:15 I opted to ride on the sidewalk – the safe alternative, … Continue reading



Hvordan innta en by og overvinne seg selv For noen år siden så jeg en vitsetegning i The New Yorker av en mann som holdt en papirbunke i den ene … Continue reading

06/02/2011 · 6 Comments

Easter anno 09

We’ve hiked in the mountain. We’ve sat in the sun with our café latte. Now it’s time for an Easter egg. The chocolate covered almond variety, or a solid egg of … Continue reading


Poem, Revised

It’s about time I plugged this book, as it is cropping up on websites all over and one of them even quotes me. Google kindly alerted me to this. Then … Continue reading


Techno Razmo

My ex-husband used to work in the computer industry. His job was to test for bugs, which meant he was paid to do stupid things to a computer to find … Continue reading

Trish Hopkinson

A selfish poet

Poetry International Online

Poetry International is a world class literary magazine based on the campus of San Diego State University which caters to an international community of poets.

Brain Mill Press

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The Line Break

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BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog

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Lou Treleaven, children’s author

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North American Review

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Tuesday; An Art Project

poems, photographs, prints

my life and times

Marideth Sisco

The Telling Project

It's time to speak. It's time to listen.

Structure and Style

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ELJ Editions

Be Well. Write Well. Read Well.

She's in Prison

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Jack Frey

where all the missing words end up

I Remember You Well

Things were happening... and I remember there was music playing.

Ylva Publishing

Publisher of lesbian fiction and women's literature