An Uncommon Prayer for the Farm after Brian Doyle This morning three cracked and cleaned-out ducks eggs rested in mud. The ducks ignore the coop they share with broody hens. A raccoon slinked through the night, egg eater who slipped under the guard dog’s radar. First petition: safety. Yellow jackets nest in the propane tank […]Read more "An Uncommon Prayer for the Farm"
From Cassia’s essay on poet CAConrad, queer poetics and disagreement: “Disagreement can make clear that the basis for what is at stake, is that we share the world.”Read more "Queering the Air"