Breathing Fee by Tanya Ko Hong
Apr05

Breathing Fee by Tanya Ko Hong

    “Breathing Fee,” by Tanya Ko Hong   Talk about the wood stacked high in the living room and what it costs to breathe in my home— raw wood, oak so long and thick— like a dead elephant stretched wall to wall. He said to acclimate takes time and more money—heartwood slow to open, to breathe— one week became a month and more. I couldn’t breathe just looking at the pile of planks— unusable, forlorn— it had to...

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Generativity by Marsha Rosenzweig Pincus
Feb12

Generativity by Marsha Rosenzweig Pincus

“Generativity,” by Marsha Rosenzweig Pincus, Waves: A Confluence of Women’s Voices Marsha Rosenzweig Pincus is an educator, artist, and writer. Her first screenplay, On the Corner of Eden and Grace, won recognition for Drama in Screenplay Festival 2015. In 2015, she developed and performed a one-woman show about her teaching career, Chalkdust, in Santa Fe. In 2016, she moved to Santa Fe where she is owner and...

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Off the Moon Path by Jane Schulman
Feb09

Off the Moon Path by Jane Schulman

“Off the Moon Path,” by Jane Schulman, Waves Anthology: A Confluence of Women’s Voices   Here’s the dress I wore when we met on the mountain ridge.  Light through pine sparkled gold and scarlet threads.   When I slip this dress over my head, I am Helios, God of the Sun, scattering clouds and shadows.   For years I followed the moon path – like an eland slips behind a cypress when lions stalk   or...

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Goddess on a Shelf by Jennifer Lothrigel
Jan15

Goddess on a Shelf by Jennifer Lothrigel

“Goddess on a Shelf,” by Jennifer Lothrigel, Waves: A Confluence of Women’s Voices Jennifer Lothrigel is a photographer, spiritual healer, and poet residing in the San Francisco Bay area. Her work has been published in Trivia – Voices of Feminism, Narrative Northeast, Poetry Quarterly, Firefly Magazine, Cordella Magazine, We’ Moon and elsewhere. “My camera has been my constant companion … it offers...

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Counting and What’s Counted On by Robyn Hunt
Jan15

Counting and What’s Counted On by Robyn Hunt

“Counting and What’s Counted On,” by Robyn Hunt, Waves Anthology: A Confluence of Women’s Voices   “Nothing thicker than a knife’s blade separates happiness from melancholy.” (Virginia Woolf, Orlando)    I know for sure: 1 I am married. 2 I own a home. 3 I write poetry – creating metaphor where others claim they cannot. 4 I have a daughter; she lives elsewhere now. 5 My grandmothers, both...

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