Fall 2014 Issue 3

A new call, for new poems–what do you celebrate and where are your rituals?  [Please visit and read the latest issue of Red Wolf Journal: The River Within Us and Without Us.

Red Wolf Journal

Red Wolf Journal now invites submissions for Issue 3 (Fall 2014).
Our theme: “Celebration and Ritual”


Cover artwork: Roses and Urn © Carin Ingalsbe

Celebration and Ritual:

The two words are a call for a gathering of poems to be included in Red Wolf Journal, Issue 3. The two words are an intention for reflection, nothing more.

Ceremonies and rituals have always been the milestones of human experience. Baptisms, weddings, funerals, anniversaries, the changing of the seasons have long mapped the course of our collective experience.

The universe of nature provides the setting for mankind’s need for ceremony and ritual. The order of solstices, the oceans, the sun, moon and stars are the altar of the marriage between man and nature.

And there are the more intimate personal rituals and ceremonies — the dining table, Sunday mornings, ways of greeting, a cup of tea – the signs and symbols that…

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About T A Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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2 Responses to Fall 2014 Issue 3

  1. claudia says:

    ceremonies and rituals are important things in life… i think it gives it milestones and steadiness… loving those little rituals as well like the first coffee in the morning or such…

    • Yousei Hime says:

      The first cup in the morning is one of my favorites. If you have time, please stop by and read the latest issue of the Red Wolf Journal. I would love to see one of your poems in their someday.

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