June 10, 2017



The authors gracing the pages of this 35th issue of Indiana Voice Journal reaffirm what we already know and love: that poetry and creative writing bears witness to our spiritual, emotional, and intellectual lives. The poems, stories, and photography in this special "Summer Edition" are fraught with rich observations, insights, and keen descriptions of people, nature, animals, art, and life. We wish a wonderful summer for you and your loved ones. Happy reading!


Three Poems by Dah: "Straightforward, No Chaser," "Pictures of You,' and "Accessories"
Three Poems by Ngozi Olivia Osuoha: "If You Were a Pensioner," "Conquered and defeated," and "Cup of Bitterness"
Three Poems by Don Beukes: "End of an Era," In One's Hand," and "Him"
Three Poems by Heath Brougher: "An Unfortunate Truth," "How Pride is truly Found," and "Losing Light"
Three Poems by Douglas G. Campbell: "Wrestling with an Angel," "Within the Thistle's Thorns," and "Within Summer Within Darkness"
A Poem and Artwork by Cecilia Soprano: "I AM"
Three Poems by Donal Mahoney: "I Feel Like James Brown," "Bears Starving in the Woods," and "The Human Condition"
Two Poems by Grayson Spaw: "Anthony" and "W. Smith"
Three Poems by Catherine Moscatt: "Troublemaker," "Promises to Sylvia," and "Party"
A Poem by Ananya S. Guha: "Bewilderment"
A Poem by Alberto Quero: "Fragments"
Two Poems by Blanca Alicia Garza: "Blowing Dandelions" and "A Sweet Memory"
Three poems by Kathy Retherford: "My Day," "Drama Check Out," and "Your Old Home" 
Three poems by Jeff Bagato: "Caged Blue," "The Fox is Now Gone," and "Maximum Beat"
Three Poems by Joseph Buehler: "The Fox King," "They Don't Want Them," and "The Macbeths In Fulton, Michigan"  
A Poem by Nels Hanson: "Communion" 
A Poem by Joseph S. Pete: "City Elder"
Three Poems by Lynda McKinney Lambert: "Parachutes and Pilots" "After an All-night Rain," and "Slowly, Suddenly, Remembering Persephone"
Three Poems by Richard L. Ratliff: "Old Man Waving," "Thursday Morning," and "Vince"
A Poem by Sam Raiti Mtamba: "Today Is Enough Bother As It Is" 
Three Poems by Dr. Mel Waldman: "The Bird Woman of 57th Street," "Night People of New York," and "The Music of Trauma" 
Five Poems by Peter Piekarski: "Common Ground," "Bury Me Not," "Orwellian," "Fireside Chat," and Ipso Facto"
Three Poems by Robin Wright: "Picnic," "In the Garden," and “Side Trip”



CNF/Essay by Elizabeth Brooks: "Scared by Red"
CNF/Essay by Donal Mahoney: "American Innocence, Our Children Now and Then"



Millie and Ami, Confessions In Ink, Moments, and Creative Parallels.


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