Adele Kenny – In Which the Sky

In Which the Sky Blue jays screech above her house—a box on the stairs tips open (empty), but she never says lonely. She loved a man once for the look of him and his hands (the way his knuckles whitened when he flicked cards against the fence), and his fingertips (stars that burned out long […]

Adele Kenny’s Wind Over Stones, Reviewed by Vivian Wagner

Adele Kenny Wind Over Stones Welcome Rain Publishers Reviewer: Vivian Wagner Wind Over Stones is a remarkable collection of ekphrastic prose poems by Adele Kenny exploring mortality, loss, and joy. At the bottom of each poem’s page there’s a QR code leading to the artwork that inspired the poem, and this design proves a creative […]