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Poem: The Wild Inside By Cynthia Anderson

08/01/2012 ● By Denise Brown

I know it’s time to clean house
 by the grains of decomposed granite underfoot. They track in on the soles
 of our shoes, then needle our bare feet

Poem: Receding Moon

08/01/2012 ● By Denise Brown

They say the moon is receding
bit by bit, like a person who needs to be elsewhere and wants to break it to you slowly, so slowly
you don’t even notice.

Book Review:In The Mojave Poems by Cynthia Anderson Photographs By Bill Dahl

08/01/2012 ● By Denise Brown

Anderson expresses the subtle moods of her observations of these living and non-living desert elements in her poetry. She organizes them in the book by seasons, and included with each season is a black and white photograph taken by her husband.

Book Review: A Bird Black As The Sun California Poets
on Crows and Ravens Edited by Enid Osborn
 & Cynthia Anderson

08/01/2012 ● By Denise Brown

In this anthology on ravens and crows, you will enter into the thoughts and experiences of nearly a hundred poets on these elusive birds. These poems were categorized by the editors of this collection.

The Sun Runner's 6th Annual Desert Writers Issue

08/01/2012 ● By Steve

The Sun Runner Magazine's 6th Annual Desert Writers Issue features author Robin Maxwell and her latest book, JANE: The Woman Who Loved Tarzan, as well as fiction, essays, and poetry by desert writers, and reviews by Literary Editor Delphine Lucas of desert-related books.