River of Fire demonstrates the continuity of all human experience—its joys and its miseries alike.
Monthly Archives: September 2019
by KATARINA PALACIOS We swept the desert when my sister came to town. Broken glass, insect husks, casings, cigarettes, small bones…we swept it all away, behind the garage. There wasn’t much we could do about the smoke from the forest … Continued
by BRAD JOHNSON At night, my wife and I lie in bed like we’re stranded together in a wooden boat in the middle of the Atlantic afraid the dawn will deliver uprooted trees caught under the overpass, bill collectors using … Continued
“Time and again Felice shows us that darkness does not have to overshadow our lives and dark humor coupled with a bit of hope might just sustain us.”