Ground Fog by David Linnig


Quill and Parchment 2011 Pushcart Prize nominations
We are proud to announce the winners of the Quill and Parchment 2011 Pushcart Prize nominations. It was so difficult this year we asked an independent group of judges to come in and make the final choice. They were sent the poems minus the poets names.



"I framed her face with wood from the river"
by Danielle Jacobowitz

"She opened her mouth and closed it over the land"
by Danielle Jacobowitz

"Plead with their sad, strong voices"
by Danielle Jacobowitz


Frozen Falls by David Linnig

"Sharpened shadows drape rock shoulders"
Chuckanut Drive, in Winter
by Jane Alynn

"Frost on the morning paper"
by John Burgess

"Where the monkeys played in the bodhi trees"
Trying to remember Asia
by Jerry Hicks

"She pauses, sighs"
On the Reservation
by Wilda Morris

"Her hands are busy with welcome"
I pray for you, even now
by Emilie Rommel Shimkus

"My father's letters from overseas"
by Elizabeth Archers

Winter Creek by David Linnig

"Just the bare wood, nothing more"
La Chambre à Arles
by Sharmagne Leland-St. John

"The window isn't open to tomorrow"
Bedroom in Arles
by Michael Dylan Welch

"Rustic room of promises,"
Vincent's Bedroom in Arles
by Ed Bennett

"A sanctuary devoid of gloom and grief"
Fulsome Color
by Liz Mastin

"Everything in its place"
Bedroom in Arles
by Laura Scheffer

"Fields verdant with spring"
Bedroom in Arles
by Nancy Scott

"As if I were a gypsy girl"
Wedding Night in Arles, 1852
by Debbi Brody

"The bed orange red as earth"
Starry Night
by Emanuel di Pasquale

Star in the Trees by David Linnig

"I've never had a muse with straight black hair before."
Tutorial for a Muse
by Jerry Hicks

Ever White by David Linnig

Unexpected Shiny Things
by Bruce Dethlefsen
reviewed by Ed Bennett

Receding Water by David Linnig

March Street Press proudly announces
On Location
A Chapbook of Ekphrastic Poems
by Nancy Scott

Icicles, Zion by David Linnig

By Michael Guillen and Salman Rushdie

January Picnic by David Linnig

Soup season has arrived
Curried Parsnip Soup
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

A very popular soup at the turn of the 20th century
Swiss White Soup
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

On the next cold blustery day, warm your family up with this traditional Mexican meatball soup.
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

The perfect after dinner drink on these cold wintery nights
Cranberry Cordial
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Silver and Gold by David Linnig

David Linnig

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