Issue #4—Nutella Ad Circa 1998; Winter Flycatcher
Write yourself a horoscope for 2019
On your birthday, libras and virgos will merge in your 24th moon, resulting in a double standard rainbow. Since the ground is the limit, there are ways to drill deeper. It’s up to you to choose the path for inner excavation – beware of volcanoes, especially on Tuesdays. In tandem with your belongings, you’ll have to drop the bull by the horns in March, tender peaks will gnaw at your heels but the climber that you are will keep going, whether up or down. In May, don’t let the sunset in Mercury dip your eyes in ketchup, unless you’re up for a ride under soft apples: not everyone can withstand melting sandals, especially in the rain. Finally, know that by the time it has run its course, 2019 will have been the year of flapping eyelids, and with luck and an auspicious crack in Venus, umbrellas and propellers will ride you through the red curtain.
If your life philosophy were a slogan for a restaurant, what would it be? (You don't need to use an existing restaurant's slogan for this)
"Find where you belong" ...or "It's ok to want more"
What creative outlet is your "if-I-weren't-a-writer (or visual artist)" pipe dream?
Dance. Something with purposeful movement.
What is a piece or project you're working on now, that will be released soon, or that was recently released that you'd like to share with our readers?
My first chapbook will come out with Unsolicited Press sometime in the near future - I'm so incredibly thrilled! It's a collection of poems about my family in very rural France, about their stories (real or imaginary), my stories, about the legacies that are passed on to us and that we pass on, whether we are aware of it or not...the working title is "Keeping the Chaff and the Wheat".