Susan Landonís poem
"Priority One: Freedom" eloquently describes one love affair that is certain
never to sour.
"It Was The Color OfÖ", a poem by Peggy Melanson, speaks
with humble gratitude of reaping silver linings from clouds of dark
Charles Coe whisks us back to a hot, cloudless Indiana night
in the summer of `67 to share a James Brown concert with him and his Mama in his poem
"Get On Up!" I can feel the bass thundering in my chest when I read this
Susan Davidsonís poem, "Where Do the Words Go?" is a compassionate
tribute to the thoughts that we all sometimes bury in our hearts.
poem, "Bostonia (For Lack of a Better Name)", John Paul Pirolli packs us into the back of
his Dadís station wagon for a chaotic, colorful Saturday afternoon shopping excursion in
Boston. We return happy and sated, after feasting on a host of epicurean
"The Optiontunist," a short story by Andrew K. Stone, is a
hilarious and touching piece about a twelve year-old boy whose life began on the first
day of school in sixth grade when he befriended a remarkably open-minded classmate with
an unquenchable thirst for knowledge.
This collection holds a wide range
of talent that is difficult to describe in a nutshell. The overwhelming amount of
diversity and insight within these pages make Out of the Blue Writers Unite a
collection that is certain to have something to please every literary palate.