Monthly Archives: March, 2020

Events Mom Egg Review 18 HOME

Mom Egg Review vol. 18 – HOME Purchase the print issue of MER 18. Purchase the PDF issue (just $5) We proudly announce our 18th annual issue of Mom Egg Review, themed HOME. Back in 2019, in a different…

Book Reviews

Review by Barbara Ellen Sorensen The past, present and future are melded tightly in Rebecca Pelky’s debut book of poetry, Horizon of the Dog Woman. These poems sing of a traditional Native American philosophy of life. This philosophy encompasses…

Journal Mom Egg Review 18 HOME

What and Where is HOME? The new issue of Mom Egg Review considers the nature of “home”— Is a home a place, a feeling, a center, a community? Home land. Home base. Torn between homes. Unhoused. Also home neighborhood, others’…

Online Quarterly

MER VOX Quarterly – Spring 2020 Visions of Home: A MER VOX Poetry Folio Featuring Melissa Andres,Elana Bell, Ann Farley, Melissa Joplin Higley, Jennifer Schomburg Kanke, Veronica Kornberg, Libby Maxey, Jendi Reiter, Margaret Rozga, Brad Shurmantine, Tezozomoc, Pramila Venkateswaran,…

Curated

Visions of Home: A Poetry Folio This spring, in print and online, Mom Egg Review and MER VOX consider the many facets of HOME. The poets in this folio explore, among other issues, the mother’s body as home,…

Poetry

Margaret Rozga Home in the Nick of Time Mid-sentence we rise from park benches, mothers, nannies, grandmas, and call children down from their climbing. Starlings flutter, lift off power lines, sparrows flit into the brush, tufts from the cottonwood…

Poetry

Pramila Venkateswaran History of my Suitcase I drag the large green suitcase from its corner, clouds of cobwebs and dust rising from it making me sneeze. Peering into its dark emptiness, I hear Amma’s quiet words, smell incense and sandalwood,…

Poetry

Melissa Joplin Higley A Mother’s Lament He knew her as the beginning. A union of bodies divided into another, then replicated exponentially; he grew inside her. Soon, his heartbeat patterned hers. He came to know her murmurs and sighs,…

Poetry

Ann Farley Bare Legs on Warm Wood             A Visit to Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary Ann Farley, poet and caregiver who lives in…

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