I wrote this maybe 20 years ago and it was published in The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature in April, 1993. Zen and the Art of Rainfall 1. Out last night, […]
In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell posits what we might call the 10,000-Hour Theory – that is, to become exceptional at something, you have to dedicate 10,000 hours to it. Whether you’re an aspiring […]
SPRING, the sweet Spring, is the year’s pleasant king ; Then blooms each thing, then maids dance in a ring, Cold doth not sting, the pretty birds do sing, Cuckoo, jug, jug, […]
More Roethke for WPD: The Right Thing Let others probe the mystery if they can. Time-harried prisoners of Shall and Will- The right thing happens to the happy man. The bird flies […]
Emma, Who Stabbed Her Right Eye by John Grey They came for the sight in your right eye when the ones who could have protected you were busy elsewhere reading or watching […]
The Fukushima reactors survival of both an earthquake and tsunami with minimal radiation release can be a powerful selling point for nuclear power plants.
Today is World Poetry Day. We here at S&R appreciate great poetry (we even launched our own literary journal) and we invite you to share with our readers your favorite poem or […]