Helen Losse presents 3 of her poems – perfect for a December day.
By Kate M. Carey of the Winston-Salem Writers The New Kid In the cafeteria, the new kid sits by […]
An essay by Sheila Englehart of the Winston-Salem Writers
Telephone I miss the sound Of the telephone My father saying :she stays on that phone What’s he doing on […]
by Robert Vorsteg, member of Winston-Salem Writers THE TOWER AND THE MINARET Between the femur and the thigh Came the thunder […]
Kay Harper Windsor, a member of Winston-Salem Writers, is a mother of three, grandmother of seven and a retired teacher of high school English and journalism.
by Grace Ellis CROSSING THE THRESHOLD Yesterday I went upstairs to look for my notebook, walked into the room […]
by Dennis Straub, Winston-Salem Writers Bliss Street It was a couple of days after Christmas. James caught up with me. […]
Back in the Truck (Dreamscape)
Janet Joyner is a prize winning poet whose work has appeared in numerous magazines and publications. She lives and writes in Winston-Salem.