Our Editor Emeritus, Don Williams, was moved nearly to tears the first time he read this fine poem. Its lines evoke the lushness and possibility of youth and remind the reader that eventually the garden within each of us must return to the earth. –NMW
Issue: #25 Available: 2016 Editor: Alexis Williams Carr Published by: New Millennium Writings Format: Paperback Price: $16 (psst. this issue is currently $11 on Amazon) THE “EVOLVE” ISSUE Outstanding Stories, Poems, and..
Each time I read Amon’s story, the lines of a favorite Paul Simon song, ‘Slip Slidin’ Away,’ ran through my head. For anyone who worries that the best parts of life have gotten away from you, this story is here to remind us that sometimes we let things escape because otherwise… —NMW
Polsgrove’s story captures perfectly the angst of growing up in a place you can’t belong, a town where the best things in your life are the ones you can’t tell anyone about, and where you make your escape every chance you get. —NMW