by Mary Ann Moore A friend of mine was editing a magazine devoted to fiction which led me to change things so that, for instance, a dog’s breed becomes Chihuahua because miniature Doberman Pinscher just doesn’t have the cadence I’m looking for. There are all sorts of changed or imagined elements in a poem, as…
Prose Aren’t they too Old? Blood Memory How to Eviscerate a Turkey Pas de Deux Pie Jesu Please take her Violets Room for Rent Saint Water Sasha Lived on a Farm The Bus to the Massacre Site Leaves in Ten Minutes The Trip to the Luncheon of the Boating Party Poetry (Non) Binary A Ceremony…
Lorna Crozier reads 4 poems written by her late husband and Canadian literary icon Patrick Lane. Published in Volume 30-1 of FreeFall Magazine. https://youtu.be/HwyPqR4HZjA
Rosemary Griebel recites her poem “Dear Patrick”, written for the late Patrick Lane, published in Volume 30-1 of FreeFall Magazine. https://youtu.be/g6_VORB_5Fo
Sheri-D Wilson recites “Memory Lane” in memory of Patrick Lane, published in FreeFall Magazine Volume 30-1. https://youtu.be/N-k7NGq2idw
Richard Harrison recites his Tribute for Patrick Lane, which was read at Wordfest 2019 on Oct. 17th, and published in FreeFall Magazine Volume 30-1.
Micheline Maylor reads her poem “Rabbits and Fuckers” from Volume 30-1 of FreeFall Magazine, inspired by the late Patrick Lane.
Lorna Crozier reading 3 poems written in dedication to her late husband and Canadian literary icon Patrick Lane. From issue 30-1 of FreeFall Magazine.
Anna Navarro reading her poem which was published in issue 30-2 of FreeFall Magazine.