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“To Fill a Room with ‘Nobody’” — Sara Talpos puts poetry and mitochondria under the microscope.

“To Fill a Room with ‘Nobody’” — Sara Talpos puts poetry and mitochondria under the microscope.

“To Fill a Room with ‘Nobody’” Emily Dickinson and mitochondria go under the microscope in this Pushcart-nominated essay from our “Small Things, Partial Cures” issue of 2018.  “Mitochondria, the tiny products of endosymbiosis, made it possible for Emily Dickinson to write over 1,700 poems and for Charles Darwin to climb 4,000 feet into the Andean...
From Our Pages: “Miniature,” by Leslie Stainton.

From Our Pages: “Miniature,” by Leslie Stainton.

“Hitty attributes her survival to her ‘smallness,’ which, she insists, appeals to the strangers who save her, one after another.” BROAD STREET presents a popular feature about love, loss, and the things we carry throughout our lives, from our 2018 “Small Things, Partial Cures” issue. This essay is also available, in slightly different format, on...
Share This Poem: "Goshen Pass: Devil's Kitchen," by J. Ross Peters.

Share This Poem: “Goshen Pass: Devil’s Kitchen,” by J. Ross Peters.

BROAD STREET  invites to you to a long-ago swimming hole, before a terrible accident and a devastating flood, during an era when girls still drank Tab. To enjoy “Goshen Pass” as a broadside, click and drag to your desktop. Or scroll down to read the poem in plain text.     J. Ross Peters Goshen...
Share This Poem: "Litany of Missing Earrings," by Amy Sailer.

Share This Poem: “Litany of Missing Earrings,” by Amy Sailer.

Pushcart-nominated and just right to address post-holiday melancholia … “each one a little note of longing, a little signification, incomplete & therefore impermanent …” Presenting an outstanding poem from our summer 2018 “Small Things, Partial Cures” issue. You can enjoy Amy’s litany as a broadside by dragging it to your desktop, or simply scroll down to read it...
“A Special Spirit”: Angeles Gonzalez reproduces Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s work in miniature.

“A Special Spirit”: Angeles Gonzalez reproduces Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s work in miniature.

“An artist or creator expresses a feeling through the work…. An artist pleases himself. If the work pleases you too, perfect!” Detail of a finely detailed replica washstand, around five inches high. When we discovered Angeles Gonzalez’s exquisitely detailed miniature furniture, we were immediately hooked. From flamboyant piano to elegantly practical washstand, these pieces are...