Category: Fiction

Aug. 23 Lit Salon Features Poet

Las Vegas Literary Salon will feature poet Kathleen Lujan and her new chapbook of poetry, Puddles of Years, Sunday, Aug. 23, 4-5 p.m. on Zoom. Get the Zoom link here. Lujan has carried her passion for the written word with her from childhood. It was… Continue Reading “Aug. 23 Lit Salon Features Poet”

Lit Salon celebrates writing

Las Vegas Literary Salon hosted its first event Sunday, July 12, thanks to the Las Vegas Arts Council and the Las Vegas NM Community Foundation. A special thanks to Susie Tsyitee who walked us through the Zoom technology and acted as host for the… Continue Reading “Lit Salon celebrates writing”

And now for the next adventure

I’m in that battling through ideas stage, wondering what thread of excitement engages me enough to begin story development. It sounds easier than it is. Some ideas will be best expressed as poetry, others as a short story and others in a novel. How… Continue Reading “And now for the next adventure”

Day 132

Abigail rose from the tangle of blankets, wringing wet. The bedding reeked with her sweat. She staggered to the window, chilled less by a limp breeze, more by what she would see when she looked out. The barren street mocked her. She rubbed her… Continue Reading “Day 132”

Remix

This was originally written as a short story. It is recreated here as a prose poem. For every dreamer who wants to fly.

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