Monthly Archives: May 2014

Two Places Now Available for Purchase

“Lenore Weiss’ psychic linguistic engagement borders on the transcendent, the mystical and familiar.”
–Sharon Doubiago, author and member, PEN Oakland Continue reading

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The Ambassador From San Francisco State

A portion of my memoir is now available from the Spring/Summer issue of Full of Crow. Editor Paul Corman-Roberts has called it “intense, surreal and erotic…” You don’t have to go anywhere to visit The Ambassador From San Francisco State. … Continue reading

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Soft Where

I’ve taken off a day from work and prepare myself for a hot soak, a totally outrageous notion because for years I’ve shared my bathroom time with Anna who remains unconvinced that she can do without me for five or ten minutes. Continue reading

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The Turtle Knows the Way

On my trip back from the gym today, I saw a bump not too far from the house and slowed down. It was a turtle. I remembered how this time last year, a mama turtle had visited our back yard … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

One of those toad strangler storms. Can’t see. Lakes filling up on the front lawn. I’m swept into the bayou, in pajamas, a stick of balsa bobbing for help. Warnings about snakes, moccasins. Front face. See our house, know I’m … Continue reading

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