summer 2014                                                                                                issue 25

Tool Library, Berkeley, CA by Christopher Novak

riverbabble 25


Poetry
Rafael Jesús González:
         En el Espiritu de Rumi / In the Spirit of Rumi
         Porque / Why   

Karen Greenbaum-maya:
         Robocall / Remains
         Aha: Atomic Apron

Kirk Lumpkin:
          Coyote and Atomic Energy
          Autumn in the Empire

Sheryl L. Nelms:
          
Lilac Bouquets
          
Wisteria

John Oliver Simon:
          Disyunion radical Del Yo
          Forest of Arden

Felice Aull:   A Country Story

Gary Beck:   Observer

James H. Duncan:    Burning in the Freeze

Bill Gainer:    So Much Beauty

KJ Hannah Greenberg:    Babies in Buggies

Thomas Hubbard:   Cabin in the Woods

Rich Ives:   Procedure for the Construction of an Empty Dwelling

W. F. Lantry:   Ribbonwood

Doug Mathewson:    Come Spring

Christopher Mulrooney:   the foolishness factor

Edward Mycue:   PCOWUNK

Sara Luise Newman:   Sister

James B. Nicola:   Trap House

Anthony Pino:   Train

Tom Sheehan:   Uncle Jamesie Recording December's Unbroken Law

Ndaba Sibanda:   The Bird's Fate Is Not On Radar

John Swain:   Wyandotte Woods

Rosalynde Vas Dias:   Just a Bird

Joanna M. Weston:   Oh the Joys

Anne Whitehouse:   My Father's Photographs

Fiction

Cynthia Benson:   Caught in the Light

Ted Chiles:   Black Mold

Chris Dungey:   The Mickey

Roger Leatherwood:   Cross-Country Thorns

Tom Sheehan:   Caitlin, Tollgate Collector

Bara Swain:   Applied Force

Flash Fiction

Chella Courington:
           The Crow
           On the Shelf

Robin Wyatt Dunn:   Confessions in Echo Park

Mary Carroll-Hackett:   Sometimes You Do Cry

Ken Poyner:   The Mandate

John Richmond:   The Sin of Forgivenesso

Garrett Rowlan:   Get This Party Started

James Shaffer:   Banditos

B.L.P. Simmons:   Conversations

Rimas Uzgiris:   Trucker

Play

Maureen Johnson:   Planting the Music

Photography

Christopher Novak:  Tool Library, Berkeley, CA



Cuckoo
Cuckoo
Cuckoo


because it was a little canarybird that came out of its little house to tell the time that Gerry MacDowell noticed the time she was there because she was as quick as anything about a thing like that, was Gerry MacDowell, and she noticed at once that that foreign gentleman that was sitting on the rocks was

Cuckoo
Cuckoo
Cuckoo



                                                                    JAMES JOYCE, Ulysses, p.313. 13, 1296-1305.


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