Monthly Archives: June 2013

Best Worst Year: Episode 27 (Or, Suburban Home)

By James Warner The Brinkerhoff Home is a Victorian marvel.  Built in 1869, it is now home to Quiddity International Literary Journal and Public Radio Program, and my office.  On Monday I began work as the new Managing Editor of … Continue reading

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Speaking of Risk: Engaging Stereotypes

By Christopher Lowe “Understand me on this, kid. Everything in boxing is backwards to life. You want to move to the left, you don’t step left, you push on the right toe, like this. To move right, you use the … Continue reading

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Blood by Shane McCrae (A Review)

By Dianne Turgeon Richardson Noemi Press 91 pgs. | $15 In case there is any ambiguity about what Shane McCrae is referring to in the title of his latest collection, it is quickly dispelled by “Heads,” the two-part poem that … Continue reading

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