On Monday morning, I learned that 5 new poems appeared in The Blue Nib magazine for their new Issue 35: “Unhappy Alice”, “Winter”, “Ketchup’s Find”, “The Persephone False Dichotomy”, and “Chocolate”. What do you think?
Now once again the trees are stripped
of autumn’s leaves and all the other
autumns’ before forgotten as well.
In winter, spring is beyond imagination
and summer beyond hope. But not only
solstice assures the return of the sun
Read the rest of the poem at: The Blue Nib.
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Two Cities Review had the pleasure of publishing some cross-genre work we absolutely love in our first issue – poems by L. S. Bassen within artwork by Mike Stanko. These works are part of a collection called “Scene & Said” and are stunning in their visual quality and poignant words. To read them for yourself, see the image below or take a look back at our original issue.
We had the pleasure of interviewing both artists about their work together. We hope you enjoy hearing what they have to say.
Two Cities Review
Scene & Said