HUMP day thoughtful

Hi friends!

Today is a day of memory as well as hope. An early text from my favorite New Yorker reminded me to light a candle and feel the pulse of life in all things. That early downpour of rain, the scent of lingering summer, the flickering flame. Our loved ones.

Here is a mix of some interesting reads in cyberland:

Sam Rasnake’s new book, Cinema Verite, is now available from A-Minor Press. This one is a must have:

Penny Goring is in the unique author spotlight at HTML Giant:

Len Kuntz’s How We Got Here is up at In Between Altered States:

MaryAnne Kolton interviews Emma Brockes in the Los Angeles Review of Books:

At Fictionaut, Tina Barry rocks on with Three Bedrooms in New Jersey:

Two reviews of Pleasure Trout, the new amazing poetry chapbook by Gloria Mindock:

If you missed this brilliance, check out Seeing by Karen Stefano at Metazen:

James Claffey brings it at Fictionaut with Lid & Surface:

A treasure-trove of great reading at Gessy Alvarez’s Digging Through The Fat ‘s monthly column, Community:

Roxane Gay brings us the grim reality of Broader, Better Literary Conversations at The Nation:

Do something nice for someone today, maybe a stranger, a random act of kindness. Let it surprise you, the way an unexpected gift might. Be gentle with yourself. Don different colored shades. Giggle often- laughter truly is the best medicine.







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