Indie Blu(e) Welcome Faye K. Brown

Faye K. Brown started her poetic journey as early as she can remember. Pen and paper have always remained close to her heart throughout her life. On social media she has been writing publicly since 2015 via the Black Orchid Poetry and FK Brown Poetry Facebook and Instagram platforms. Her debut poetry book “Beautifully DamagedContinue reading “Indie Blu(e) Welcome Faye K. Brown”

Nicholas Gagnier’s Review of Vine: Book of Poetry by Melody Lee

Some works- be it visual, musical or, in this case, written- are immediately apparent as a labour of love and appreciation for the craft they’re derivative of. There is a metaphysical manifestation in their creation, love of a craft for the craft itself. You can find examples of this phenomenon in any creative industry. TheContinue reading “Nicholas Gagnier’s Review of Vine: Book of Poetry by Melody Lee”

The Innocence Is Haunting: Excerpt from Rachel Finch’s A Sparrow Stirs its Wings

We were timid girls, that hadn’t known it until we weren’t anymore. Taught how to keep our lips closed and our legs open, too small to know why until the first hit, too small to know how to stop the next. We were a little nest of sparrows, huddling to keep warm when the darkContinue reading “The Innocence Is Haunting: Excerpt from Rachel Finch’s A Sparrow Stirs its Wings”