Eleanor Kedney – Arizona Black Beetles

Arizona Black Beetles Some had been stepped on, their split bodies trapped in time. Others were wounded, moving on two legs in a tilt. Most ran fast, confused by my shadow which way to turn. There were so many days of summer rain, and they came en masse for the ironwood blossoms, short-lived lives airbrushed […]

Eleanor Kedney’s Between the Earth and Sky, Reviewed by Richard Allen Taylor

Eleanor Kedney Beneath the Earth and Sky C&R Press Reviewer: Richard Allen Taylor Eleanor Kedney’s new full-length poetry collection Beneath the Earth and Sky memorializes several of the author’s family members, living and dead, with the latter far outnumbering the former. She draws our attention first to her brother, Peter, to whom the book is […]