Spring and All

Spring and All

“—Still the profound change has come upon them: rooted, they grip down and begin to awaken” So ends the first poem in William Carlos Williams’ quirky, iconic Spring and All, published in 1923. One hundred years later, the Red Wheelbarrow Writers’ Spring and All...
Centennial Memoir – Volume II

Centennial Memoir – Volume II

by Peggy Kalpakian Johnson Peggy Kalpakian Johnson became a writer in her nineties. She published memoir essays in various venues and the book, Centennial Memoir, in 2019. She was born Pakradouhi Kalpakian, March 26, 1922, in Constantinople, Turkey, to Armenian...

Expecting the World: Learning from Women in Left-Out Places

by Jerri Dell Expecting the World is the story of one woman’s unlikely thirty-year rise through a male-dominated international organization, to pioneer a new approach to women in development, improve livelihoods and reduce poverty. It is an intimate account...

Ocean of Time

by Robert A. Duke Dreams are harmless (even beneficial) until you try to make them your reality. Having realized a fragment of his dream-to see the world from the deck of his own boat-pushed Robert Duke to the precipice of a life-altering decision. He leased his...

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