Wednesday, July 9, 2014 11:45 — 0 Comments
Her squinty eyes are growing furry. Her face suspicious, with salmon lips pursed like crinkled wax paper. There’s a sustained wobble when she stands. At ninety-two she’s an orb behind the wheel, bobbing just below the surface. Chugging along to church in the morning. Dinner in the afternoon. Middle of the night awake, balancing across the floor of her ship, heaving sideways towards the lifebuoys, a table, or the back of a chair. Fighting to keep her vessel upright.
Sunday, July 6, 2014 14:43 — 0 Comments
Photo Fabrice Monterio, Ngor #3, M.I.A Gallery
The answer isn't poetry, but rather language
- Richard Kenney
Monarch Podcast #9 – First Kiss!
July 16th, 2014
Traffic reporter Kimi Kline, Mars Hill critic Stephanie Drury and comedian and writer Brett Hamil talk about their best kissing memory! From messy goth makeup to mouth burping to wonderful sonic production – we hope you enjoy!