BIOGRAPHY Katharine Schulz hails from the far outer crust of New York City, in a suburb called Pound Ridge. She spent 16 years of her life there and is now spending her remaining time before college in Cumberland, Maine. She was born to a lovely family whom she will ignore for the rest of thisContinue reading “Featured Poet: Katharine Schulz”
by Katharine Schulz Diverse chirps from the banks of the riversung at similar hoursform this sweet Delta songand if you remember,Maybe you could sing it back to me? Our wicker sewn raft bobs on simmering green waterslamentations about my loveyou’ll listenTalk in turns, listening without response or recognition I fear the day when the boatContinue reading “Follow the sounds you hear”
by Katharine Schulz The rain runs and throws and fallson a humdrum drown.It’s trying to cool the world downIt’s tryingIt’s tryingIt’s tryingbut it can’t reach everywhereThe rain doesn’t fall through tin roofsIt wants the war to end You all want the war to endso we’re surely tryingsurely madly deeply!I’m sure you’re trying, but the ApocalypseContinue reading “How I Learned to Stop Scratching and Love the Bomb”
by Katharine Schulz Sleep has swiftly evaded me, I fret.“Has he forgotten to come tonight? Where is the familiar itch in my eye and bend in my spine?”I think of the sandman from my wooded cocoon.Yes, I may be within 100 paces from the water licking sand and the moon is fully ablaze,no cloud interferenceContinue reading “Faces in the dirt, eyes of the sky”
by Katharine Schulz Life presents itself with two little wrapped and bowed up options:Should I wait until you come home, show you how much I’ve cleaned,or do I lay down on my belly and bite the bulletSlowly feeling velvet metal slide down my throat, being coated in wetthe spit and phlegm comes up and thenContinue reading “Don’t read this one, Mom”
by Katharine Schulz What world is this!What kingdomreflected in the fractals of her goblet,with an end I implore you to find,there is a soft, gentle concubinedancing a dance done miles from here. Full of twists and gyrations of the hipso foreign and full of voodoo,as it seems to those who watch,but nevertheless they screech andContinue reading “Patsy & the Monkey”
We are pleased to announce our Fall 2021 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: Subrata Das, J.P.J. Fox, Christina Hoag, Mark Jabaut, Richard Natale, Niles Reddick, Daniel Tarker, Judy Voss, Patricia Walkow Non-fiction by: Barbara Alfaro Poetry by: Dee Allen, John Carew, Maid Čorbić, Joseph A Farina, Shaswata Gangopadhyay, Norbert Góra, John Grey, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, LaVern Spencer McCarthy, Joan McNerney, Bruce McRae, Arik Mitra, P. Muralidharan, Katharine Schulz, Gabriel Sebastian Play by: Dave Patton See the full Table of Contents.
We are pleased to announce our Spring 2021 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: J.P.J. Fox, Janet Garber, Sheldon Hanner, Judy Voss, Patricia Young Non-fiction by: Buddy Matt Coughlin Poetry by: Mary Coughlin, Andrew Crellin, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, margie merek, Thea Schiller, Katharine Schulz, Gabriel Sebastian See the full Table of Contents
Greetings dear reader! Welcome once again to confetti. Our second issue comes to you provocative and bustling. We experienced joy and surprise at the number of submissions – not only from our own writers’ group members and local talent, but also a bounty of international submissions. So, this edition brings stories and poems from aroundContinue reading “Letter from the Editor”
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