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…But Cannot Find the Words. This poem makes NO sense. Or, does it? Here’s how jabberwocky language turned into poetry.
A writer searches for hidden messages in her mother’s paintings. Poetry collection by Jackie Craven
A house menstruates, a cyborg sister removes her skin at night, and a father gifts his children with robotic roses ~ 21 fanciful poems by Jackie Craven
“Mystery Mountain” Lures Artists to New Mexico. Travel feature for the Sunday Providence Journal.
In an upstairs bedroom of a lighthouse on the breezy southern shore of Wales, an astrologer pronounced me “psychic.” Travel essay for the Providence Sunday Journal.
When my editor asked me to check out castles in Belgium, I conjured images of opulent palaces and imposing châteaux. Instead I found something better. Travel story for the Providence Sunday Journal.
A goose struggles in the grip of a haggard old woman. Here’s how a terrifying painting grew into a poem.
Whirlwind tourists find they’re not in Kansas anymore. Travel essay from the Providence Sunday Journal and other newspapers.