C&R Posting Schedule
We're in the middle of creating a new posting schedule that works for us, so you may see some changes around here. Right now, we try to put up a new call every Monday and new responses on Wednesdays.
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Tag Archives: poetry
In response to “Light Painting 012-2,” Call No. 38. Instead Ben Rose I wish I could see you spinning like yarn, splicing toward infinity and learning the art of ease I hear the pins of your breath, junipers haunting the … Continue reading
In response to “Seismicity” by Lauren Palmor. Desert Ben Rose Bones break as sand shifts, twisting further the shy attempts at rising into something they never wanted “When you climb a rock, you climb a mountain.” Skin tingles like citrus … Continue reading
In response to the phrase, “Never make a promise you intend to keep,” Call No. 35. Seismicity Lauren Palmor loyalty can be a fault a fault line a surface trace the break between our bodies and our geologies the hanging … Continue reading
In response to the word “epistemology,” Call on the Road No. 4. As Opposed to Unwashed Hair John Lambremont, Sr. We live high on a man-made mountain: hyperbolic mediocrity; we show no lack of alacrity, it’s our focused locus freed. … Continue reading
In response to Susan Holl-Jensen’s photograph “Fallingwater.” “Fallingwater” (after a summer residence by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1934-37) An artifice of the land In Pennsylvania soil Cut from the hills and trees Maple, oak and hickory Where waterfall and streams Flow … Continue reading
In response to “Lovers Leap Postcard” in Call 10. Beltane (Work in Progress) Kristin Maffei On May Day, the closed the bridges. The year before, they’d said, you could hear bones breaking, snap snap, as students jumped into the shallow … Continue reading
In response to “homes, houses, and dwellings of all kinds,” Call No. 4. Untitled Lauren Palmor In days since we were named (and made from soft hands), houses have been built and their doors locked: new paint and sleeping children. … Continue reading
In response to the instructional craft video, “easy snack bags with no velcro,” Call No. 3. Untitled Jennifer Hummler Kristin, that snack bag Idea is totally cool Now I want a snack Jennifer Hummler is co-owner of LionWhale Music. She … Continue reading