Five Days by Allison Grayhurst, copyright 2017 Five days without belief, lost like a pebble tossed into a deep stream. My prayers have turned grey, culled by despair – there but not really there. Every ghost has come in, crowding… Read More ›
photo by Bea Garth
SUMMER WAS ALWAYS A LIAR by Nils Peterson, copyright 2017 previously published in 3 Quarks Daily (http://www.3quarksdaily.com/3quarksdaily/2017/08/sunday-poem.html#comments), and parts of it in Sandhill Review . June At the far outpost of the Empire of Light, the bugle sounds retreat. pale… Read More ›
The Dark Is Always Present I feel the whispering trees grieving in the dark. The shadows now restless in the mirror. Nobody listens. Nobody hears. Nobody speaks of redemption. When the sun drowns in the lake, around 5:30 pm,… Read More ›
A Paen to Nature: A Review of Howard Pugh’s Poetry by Bea Garth, March 2013 Note: poet Howard Pugh and Beat original Al Hinkle was featured at the March 28th, 2013 literary event “Exploring the Beat Spirit” at the Camden Community Center–as well as new and… Read More ›
Poems by Howard Pugh: Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Pastoral Sketches (parts 1 and 2 out of 9); photo by Bea Garth
Poem by Howard Pugh, copyright 2012 1. Out of the pulsing stream that glistens to fiery white, tormented as it races down grassy shoulders towards anonymity of the lake, Out of the heavy scent of pine that spills bright into… Read More ›
“Self Portrait As Shadow,” photo by Bea Garth, copyright 2012 EDITORIAL by Bea Garth We are officially transitioning from Indian Summer to Fall. This issue of Eos: The Creative Context is in honor of that transition as well as celebrating the… Read More ›
photo by Bea Garth, copyright 2012 Here’s another photo I took on my late afternoon walk . One of the Settling Ponds with its beautiful brilliant blues, lavender and green.
This is a photo I took today while out on a walk. It is amazing what one can find so close to “civilization” despite all… We are lucky to have these settling ponds, as is the wildlife.
by Bea Garth copyright 2011 photo
“Untitled, no. 2” painting by Tim Cottengim, copyright 2009 In Memory of Tim Cottengim (1957-2009) by Chris Arcus, copyright 2009 Editor’s Note: Friday, November 20th there will be a reception for Tim Cottengim’s Retrospective at Works Performing Arts Center from… Read More ›