VOICES FROM THE FIRE: David Cope

Hour of the Ghost Dance No more will the scioto madtom  swim in Ohio’s Big Darby Creek, gone are the ivory-billed woodpecker, Backman’s warbler never to sing again, gone three species of pearly mussels,  the flat pigtoe mussel, southern acornshell, stirrupshell lost among the 36 mussels & 70 freshwater snails gone, gone forever, bridled white-eye,Continue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: David Cope”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Leah Mueller

Pandemic Neoliberals Tacoma, before everything went to hell: eating fresh salmon and drinking martinis against a sunset backdrop of Puget Sound moments before the car crashed into a utility pole at ninety miles per hour and nobody survived the accident. Tow away the wreckage, no one wants to see it. Take off your facemask, orderContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Leah Mueller”