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June 2009
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Cara Walz:
In Perpetuum
Emily Habermehl:
A Soldier and an Unmade Bed
Three Fools e-Books 9th Title:
F. Keith Wahle's The Invitations
Former feature F. Keith Wahle's Poem The Invitations. 9th in a series or original e-books from Semantikon / Three Fools Press.
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Emily Habermehl: 9 Poems

Excerpt From Poem"Fire"

"It’s not like
She’s never tasted fire
It had engulfed her, forcing her skin to blister
Flames whipped up in the folds of her skirt
Smoke smothered her face
Flames chewed her eyelashes to the root
Her tonsils singed she couldn’t always


She had stood in a burning storm that turned her sky to ash

It wasn’t that she couldn’t take the heat
(She had a metal lock box for her vital organs)
It was simply time
To stop burning

She makes graves for cinders
She’ll never write her stories in charcoal

About Emily Habermehl: Emily Jean Habermehl was born in Philadelphia and has called Austin home since 2001.  She has been writing poetry since she was 12 years old and currently works as a licensed social worker for a large non-profit agency.  She received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin in 2007.

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May/June 2009: Cara Walz Updated with 6 new works & New Broadside Poster
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Our May/June 2009 featured visual artist is arizona based Visual Artist Cara Walz, this month we open the feature with 9 mixed media works from a series of works Walz started developing in 2007 and wrapped up on in 2008. This month's update includes six new works, and a colledtible broadside poster featuring the work of Emily Habermehl and Walz work.

About Cara Walz: Cara Walz received her MFA in performance from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1995 and her BFA in painting from The University of Kansas in 1990. Her work honors the fickle exigencies of process and focuses on experimental play, nature vs. culture, and narrative, and draws from a wide range of everyday influences: diagrams, illustrations, product packaging, films and literature, 3-second blips of television, Google image searches, urban landscapes and daydreams. She is fiercely devoted to her husband and son, adores her friends, and fears death.

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