Relay

In Relay: Short Fictions, Betsy Struthers turns her poetic gaze on personal stories of joy and woe and how they overlap with others in ways we never imagine. Set in a bar in the shadow hour between work and dinner, the collection begins with The Romantic (who’s looking for love) as he unknowingly passes the... Read more »

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Sleeping With Satan

by Mary Ann Mulhern From June through October, 1692, in Salem, Massachusetts, 150 people were charged and 19 were convicted of witchcraft and hanged on Gallow’s Hill for refusing to plead guilty. Most of those condemned to death, were women. This is a tragedy of religious hysteria, superstition, and teen -age angst , a powerful... Read more »

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Dog Days

This is not a book of poems about dogs. Granted, there are dogs in all the poems. Some of the dogs play major roles in the poems as protagonists, voices, co-conspirators in human activities and as catalysts for human actions; but the poems are not about dogs. This is a book of poems about the... Read more »

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