Anne Babson was nominated for the Pushcart for work in The Haight- Ashbury Literary Journal and Illya’s Honey. Her work has been published in the US, in England, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, and Turkey.
Review by Anne Babson White Southerners still inherit privilege, the ugly legacy of the plantation system. Southern whites receive the benefit of the doubt from police officers, welcomes in small-town stores. These things are not yet uniformly guaranteed to people of color in the South, who cling even less securely to rights since November. For … Continue reading Repurposing Whiteness in Louisiana’s Swamp Country – Alison Pelegrin’s DIY Recycled Southerness In Water Lines
January, 2018 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Margaret C. Hughes, Leaving Rhode Island D M Gordon, Protest Judith Montgomery, Apoptosis Alison Stone, Chill Lori Lamothe, Before Further Testing Gail C. DiMaggio, The Wind Telephone Chris Souza, Waiting Megan Merchant, Cafuné Sergio A. Ortiz, Postcards Cameron … Continue reading CPR Volume 19-4