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Share This Poem: “After having heart surgery, I ask my new love,” by Kelsey Ann Kerr.

Share This Poem: “After having heart surgery, I ask my new love,” by Kelsey Ann Kerr.

“Call me a Hindu god; my heart feels less now …” BROAD STREET presents a new poem by Kelsey Ann Kerr in keeping with our seasonal “Small Things, Partial Cures” theme. You can print out the broadside by downloading it at home, or scroll down to read in larger format. After having heart surgery, I ask...
Spotlight Interview: Al Landwehr, author of “‘The Dancing Horologist’ and Ten Other Love Stories.”

Spotlight Interview: Al Landwehr, author of “‘The Dancing Horologist’ and Ten Other Love Stories.”

“Put simply, a good story helps prepare the reader for reality. If all that sounds saintly, that’s another kind of distortion.”      For over forty years, Al Landwehr has written fiction featured in publications that range from slick mass-market magazines to literary journals: Playboy, Redbook, New Letters, The Chariton Review, and Negative Capability, among...
Share This Poem: "I Heard the Voices," by Mark Burke.

Share This Poem: “I Heard the Voices,” by Mark Burke.

“Draw the curtains but leave the window open; let the fingers in the breeze slide across your back…” Gray days demand a lyric, and Mark Burke has written a beautiful one about love and the break of dawn. Print out the broadside here, or enjoy “I Heard the Voices” in plain form below.    ...