Laura J. Martin is a writer and ecologist based out of Ithaca, New York. Her non-fiction has appeared in Conservation Biology, Urban Ecosystems, and elsewhere; her poetry is forthcoming in The Fourth River.
Loss does not hit until you are treading a preponderance of pine and you hear it: crows softened by snow. Or until you return a shopping cart. You notice the others scattered about as though life were too hard not to abandon them. Finally, when you pour yourself a drink, and you find no drink … Continue reading Shopping Carts, by Laura J. Martin
July, 2012 Table of Contents Aran Donovan, The Lonely Architect Walks His House at Night Mercedes Lawry, The Wry Scientist Daye Phillippo, Algebra is_______ Janet Barry, ruse Athena Kildegaard, Asylum Luke Whisnant, September 29 Tim Suermondt, A Doughnut and the Great Beauty of the World James Cox, Flowered Shirt Wendy Drexler, Janis Joplin at … Continue reading CPR Volume 14-1