Saturday, May 29, 2010

Saturday Good Reads

Some weeks I think the good reads will lean toward poetry, and some weeks I think they’ll lean toward prose. And some weeks they lean toward both simultaneously, like they did this week.


American profits – when I am part of the problem” by Fred Sprinkle.

If You Were Here” by Lesley Moon at Moondustwriter.

Theory of Equine Economics” by Lorenzo at Crowned With Laurels.

We were digging” and "Lightly Now” by Melissa at All the Words.

Trouble Comes to Dry Gulch” by Rob Kistner at Image & Verse.

Hours before the dawn” and “Silent Speeches” by Justinian at Delight and Glory and Oddity and Light.

Cinders Path” by Pete Marshall.

Movin on” by Nancy Rosback at Poems and Prayers.

Eat Well, My Son” by Karen Eck at Phoenix-Karenee.

Ode to a White Dog” by Marcus Goodyear at Good Word Editing.


Hal” by Nancy Rosback at Poems and Prayers.

A Summer Place” by John Blasé at Dirty Shame.

Cairns of Enchantment” by Kathleen Overby at Almost Paradisical.

The road is life” and “In the silence of my heart” by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy.

The Razor’s Edge” by Jeff Jordan at To My Children, If They Are Listening.

Walker Percy and the Century of Merde” by Andy Whitman at The Image Journal.

Change” by Duane Scott.

"I Just Couldn't Help Myself" by Billy Coffey.

The Making of a Marriage Bed” by Ann Voskamp at A Holy Experience.

Absorbing Black” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

Redeeming Time” by Deidra at Jumping Tandem.


Louise Gallagher said...

Thanks for the call-out Glynn -- I needed something to lift my spirits on this snowy May morning!

Kathleen Overby said...

I Pre-ordered Snow Day after reading Billy's post. Couldn't put it off any longer.

I look forward to the sustenance of these posts during the week, then, when you recap them, highlight them, I enjoy again. It is amazing to be in such a circle brimming with this talent. :) Love you doing this Midwest Mystery Man.

Maureen said...

Remarkable list, even more so when you include us among the likes of Andy Whitman. I've been following Rob Kistner for a while now; he's a wonderful poet, amazingly prolific.

Thank you for including me.

Have a great weekend.

Anonymous said...

hi glynn,
you make a great list!
and thanks for adding my post in.


moondustwriter said...

I too feel the sense of honor that you place when you choose something I have written ( been inspired by the master to writer)

blessings to your family and happy weekend

Deidra said...

I'm late to the party here but overflowing with gratitude nonetheless. Thanks so much for linking me here. Thank you.