willows wept

12 February 2012

140 And Counting contributors…

Elise Atchison has work in the 13th issue of Willows Wept Review.

C. E. Hyun‘s modern-day Hansel and Gretel retelling appears in Underneath the Juniper Tree‘s February issue.

Jessica Otto‘s “rain[herbicide]rainbow” appeared in Project Agent Orange Poetry Blog (“poetry to empower Agent Orange victims”) on February 1st.

Alan Summers has haiku in Area 17 and the THFhaiku app for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch.

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With poem titles like Making Time, Devolution, Entropy, Relativity, Dark Matter, and with an epigraph from Carl Sagan, and references to Mastodons, petroglyphs and quantum states, one might expect to find a collection of science-nerd poems. But science itself has changed (and maybe rescued poetry in the process). We don’t live in a deterministic universe of Newtonian mechanics. Yes, “The world / wheels toward the inevitable”. But we live in a universe of unobservable observations and strange attractions. The path to the inevitable is not fixed. THF haiku


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