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January 2019

Featured Writer: Poet Gail Goepfert’s Craft Essay “Thinking about Process:  Planting or Planning”

By | 2019-01-17T13:02:09+00:00 January 17th, 2019|Academic, FEATURED, Featured Writer, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Nonfiction, Personal Essay|

Featured Writer: Gail Goepfert   Thinking about Process:  Planting or Planning How do we come to a poem, to any writing really. Simply stated, writers need foodstuff—something to feed and inform our writing. The process [...]

Featured Writer: Poet Gail Goepfert’s “For the Cessation of Cutting”

By | 2019-01-16T13:26:34+00:00 January 16th, 2019|FEATURED, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Poetry|

Featured Writer: Gail Goepfert For the Cessation of Cutting Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair, Kahlo, 1940 "Fulang-Chang and I" by Frida Kahlo The thing is, Frida, your hair’s a bed of seaweed at your [...]

Featured Writer Interview: Contributing Editor Adekunle Adewunmi Talks with Poet Gail Goepfert

By | 2019-01-14T16:11:36+00:00 January 14th, 2019|FEATURED, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, INTERVIEWS, LITERARY ARTS, Nonfiction|

Adekunle Adewunmi, Contributing Editor  Interview with Featured Writer Gail Goepfert Gail Goepfert, an associate editor at RHINO Poetry, is a Midwest poet, photographer, and educator. She teaches Introduction to Poetry Writing for National Louis University. [...]

Featured Writer: Poet Gail Goepfert’s “The year of broth”

By | 2019-01-14T19:43:32+00:00 January 14th, 2019|FEATURED, Featured Writer, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Narrative, Poetry|

Featured Writer: Gail Goepfert The year of broth       "Reflexo de Frida Kahlo" by Rafael Rocha she calls it. The year Frida shades a dark-green winged figure on the back page of her diary, [...]

November 2018

Featured Writer: Poet Natalie Young’s “71% of the Earth’s Surface”

By | 2018-11-20T16:02:14+00:00 November 20th, 2018|FEATURED, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Poetry|

Natalie Young   71% of the Earth's Surface "Gila Mountain Streambed" by Andrew Marshall Immersed, objects are closer—new— when wet. The alien examines. A wad of gum sinks into a fountain, liquid mass [...]

Featured Writer: Poet Natalie Young’s “Jealousy and Greed Are Green or The Alien Tries to Explain his Flat Temper”

By | 2018-11-19T12:55:00+00:00 November 19th, 2018|FEATURED, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Poetry|

Natalie Young   Jealousy and Greed Are Green or The Alien Tries to Explain his Flat Temper "Fall Aspens" by Andrew Marshall     Each particle sets the next in motion, a giant [...]

Featured Writer: Poet Natalie Young’s Craft Essay “The Question of May Swenson”

By | 2018-11-18T14:19:01+00:00 November 18th, 2018|Academic, FEATURED, Featured Writer, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Nonfiction|

Featured Writer: Natalie Young   The Question of May Swenson Poet Natalie Young May Swenson was a renegade. Nearly thirty years after her death, Swenson’s work is still perceived as wild and wild [...]

Featured Writer: Poet Natalie Young’s “Exhausted by More Than Just Tears and Empty Ice Cube Trays, the Human Addresses the Alien’s Water Experiments”

By | 2018-11-18T14:15:49+00:00 November 15th, 2018|FEATURED, Featured Writer, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Poetry|

Natalie Young   Exhausted by More Than Just Tears and Empty Ice Cube Trays, the Human Addresses the Alien’s Water Experiments "Common Grackle" by Andrew Marshall Did you know the ocean’s pH is [...]

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