Tag Archives: William Meikle

Noah Patterson – Week 43 Chapbook Chart 2020

The Micro Chapbook RPG system is an ultra-simple roleplaying game that can be played solo or with a traditional GM if you so wish. The main game focuses on solitaire gameplay, starring a single foolhardy hero. It uses randomly generated … Continue reading

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William Meikle – Week 42 Chapbook Chart 2020

Three Lovecraftian Stories – The Keeper of the Gate – cops investigating a series of strange deaths are drawn into a cult. Out of the Black – After the dimming of the sun a survivor searches for power sources and … Continue reading

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Mary Ruefle – Week 41 Chapbook Chart 2020

“It is impossible for me to write about the imagination; it is like asking a fish to describe the sea,” Mary Ruefle announces at the start of her essay. With wit and intellectual abandon, Ruefle draws inspiration from Wittgenstein, Shakespeare, … Continue reading

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Mary Ruefle – Week 36 Chapbook Chart 2020

“It is impossible for me to write about the imagination; it is like asking a fish to describe the sea,” Mary Ruefle announces at the start of her essay. With wit and intellectual abandon, Ruefle draws inspiration from Wittgenstein, Shakespeare, … Continue reading

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Lydia Davis – Week 35 Chapbook Chart 2020

The Cows is a close study of the three much-loved cows that live across the road from her. The piece, written with understated humor and empathy, is a series of detailed observations of the cows on different days and in different … Continue reading

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Daniel D Fox – Week 30 Chapbook Chart 2020

In the grim darkness of humanity’s future, DARK ASTRAL and its cosmic horror awaits! It is the far future, but one seen through the eyes of the Renaissance and intermingled with the New Testament. Following the desecration of the garden … Continue reading

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Jenny Xie – Week 29 Chapbook Chart 2020

Nowhere to Arrive takes as its subjects the whiplash of travel, the shuttling between disparate places and climes, and an unremitting sense of dislocation. These poems court the tension between the familiar and the foreign, between the self as distinct … Continue reading

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Mary Ruefle – Week 28 Chapbook Chart 2020

“It is impossible for me to write about the imagination; it is like asking a fish to describe the sea,” Mary Ruefle announces at the start of her essay. With wit and intellectual abandon, Ruefle draws inspiration from Wittgenstein, Shakespeare, … Continue reading

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Nicole Sealey – Week 27 Chapbook Chart 2020

At turns humorous and heartbreaking, The Animal After Whom Other Animals Are Named explores in both formal and free verse what it means to die, which is to say, also, what it means to live. In this collection, Sealey displays an exquisite … Continue reading

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Alison Fure – Week 19 Chapbook Chart 2020

Paths are a form of separation between us and modern life. They separate us from traffic. They flow like water to provide us with natural shortcuts and desire lines. They can allow for a continuity of gardens and be good … Continue reading

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