Book Reviews

Book Review: Here by Wislawa Szymborska

Here by Wislawa Szymborska These poems by Wislawa Szymborska, in English and Polish, drive home a real sense and value of life. This book reads like a first hand experience of how rotten life really can be, at times. While at other times, if even the slightest, a reason to laugh and to continue to… Continue reading Book Review: Here by Wislawa Szymborska

Book Reviews

Book Review: Kalopsia by Andrea Michelle

Kalopsia by Andrea Michelle Kalopsia: The Best Contemporary, Modern Poetry for Young People by Andrea Michelle My Review: This book of poems is uplifting and inspirational. The words paint a picture of reality and make you feel that you are not alone. Although the title and description call to an audience of younger readers than… Continue reading Book Review: Kalopsia by Andrea Michelle


French Toast

It is on Sunday And mostly late in the day Scent buttery sweet A ride in the car and the roof all the way down Light blue eyes and sky What lasts forever? All of this turns to rubble After time weathers Charred and burned on stove with baby boy on her hip Smoke a… Continue reading French Toast

Guest Writers

Steve North

Steve North These author questions and answers have been a great source of inspiration to me. In the answers, there is a sort of confirmation, to roll with what ever is going on in my head when creativity is concerned. MAURIA presents images of a society divided. One depending on the other and maybe a communion… Continue reading Steve North

Book Reviews

Book Review: Age Warfare by Juan Carlos Cantú

 Age Warfare by Juan Carlos Cantú Enthralling Dystopian Novel Thrilling. Intriguing. Captivating. Age Warfare could be considered one of the most frightening books I've read. It is fiction yes, but drawing out real possibilities for the future (or the lack of one) of our human race. The message may be bleak, just the same it could… Continue reading Book Review: Age Warfare by Juan Carlos Cantú