Lovely CC Readers:
Welcome to the April installment of [hey!] bales, where we round up the month’s posts and link to them all in one convenient spot. If you’d like to be notified whenever we post, just mosey over here, scroll down, and enter your email to subscribe!
Here, again, are our offerings for National Poetry Month:
- “Chronic” is a word felt not spelt by Allison Thung
- As in the Days of Noah by Bethany Jarmul
- [Feelings, little sister] by M.A. Scott
- Breath by Aileen Bassis
Also for your perusal, poet Jessica Bell shared her thoughts with Contributing Editor Chuck Augello.
- Shifting the Meaning: An Interview with Jessica Bell, author of A Tide Should Be Able To Rise Despite Its Moon
Chuck Augello: What should readers expect when they pick up a copy of A Tide Should Be Able to Rise Despite Its Moon?
Jessica Bell: Poetry that is deceptively simple with relatable universal themes.
Don’t forget we’ll be open to flash fiction (1k words or less) May 1-15.
See you next month!
~ CC Staff
Lead image: “Hay” (via Flickr user U.S. Department of Agriculture)