Summer 2015 Issue 6: Once Upon A Time

New issue, new theme to explore. Please consider submitting.

Red Wolf Journal

Red Wolf Journal Issue 6 (Summer 2015)
Our theme: “Once Upon A Time”


Cover art: Marc Chagall, The Promenade

Poems are stories. As if you didn’t already know. But the stories are eclipsed in shadow so you only get half or a quarter of it. The half or quarter carries the weight of the whole. The best poems inscribe a mood through observed, almost incidental, details. The surface details and action delineate feelings. Feelings are the real deal. Stories are steeped in mystery and enchantment as the title of this volume suggests. They prescribe a path, a journey, a quest because stuff happens. Bad stuff. The reader is hooked. Does the story hold out a promise of the happy ending? The human story is ultimately, to me, a quest for identity (Who am I? What is my place in the universe? What is the meaning of this universe?), which is…

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About T A Hillin-Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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