I need to tell you when you ask if writing matters
by Diana Mitchell

how the men, one of them my uncle, tried to force the horse into the trailer how the gelded bay balked and hopped, reared gleaming and wild-eyed how the three of them refused to be beaten by a dumb animal and my uncle found a 2×4, pounded the bay’s rump step by step into the … Continue reading I need to tell you when you ask if writing matters
by Diana Mitchell

Diana Mitchell

Diana Mitchell lives near Charlotte, NC. She retired from a corporate job a few years ago and now spends more time writing poetry and essays and occasionally playing around with a DSLR camera. Her work has appeared in Role Reboot, North Carolina Literary Review, and other regional publications. You can also find some of her … Continue reading Diana Mitchell

CPR Volume 22-3

October, 2020 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS   Catherine Marenghi, And Then We Emerged to See, Once More, the Stars Barbara Daniels, What the Hammer Knows Michael Mercurio, Augury Sarah Ben Olson, Liturgy of the Hive Scott Hutchison, Crow and Copperhead Abbie Kiefer, Groundhog Naila … Continue reading CPR Volume 22-3