A big thank you to editor Carol Andregg who has published my prose poem “Liminality” in the new issue of the well-known journal, Cider Press Review.
“Liminality” is a poem about my father. The poem begins this way:
Hell’s bells my father rolled off his tongue when frustrated or not pleased with the current situation. They weren’t the angry words when his temper swelled and overpowered his vulnerable body. Being only human, those other words . . . .
You can follow the link to the full poem, as well as an audio recording of me reading the poem:
11 responses to “Poem Up at Cider Press Review”
Congratulations, Luanne. A poignant piece
Thank you, Derrick!
Always a pleasure to read your work, Luanne.
Aw, thanks so much, Susanne. Happy New Year (let’s hope).
An emotional poem. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Have a great Tuesday!
Sid, thank you so much. You have a wonderful evening!
Congratulations, Luanne! I really enjoy hearing poets reading their poems (or writers reading anything). Especially with poetry (prose or otherwise), *how* you read adds a dimension to the work.