Issue #29: Rage

Welcome to the Wild Word

Spotlight

Maria Behan on calling out the wrongs in today’s America and standing strong against Trumpism

Behind Domestic Lines

Jami Ingledue on the nature and power of her rage and being on the right side of history

Gaze

Irena Ioannou on parenting her son to be a man and on the issues of violence and equality

A Simple Prayer

Debra Smith on the spectre of school shootings as a school secretary and why they are all her kids

COLUMNS

Spotlight

Spotlight

Maria Behan on calling out the wrongs in today’s America and standing strong against Trumpism

Behind Domestic Lines

Behind Domestic Lines

Jami Ingledue on the nature and power of her rage and being on the right side of history

Brazen

Brazen

Melanie Schoo on practical ways to transform political rage into real change.

Roar

Roar

Lorna O’Hara on canvassing in the recent Irish abortion referendum and why rage can get stuff done

Editorial

Editorial

Erin O’Loughlin on the bias of Lionel Shriver and why diversity in writings leads to better literature

Not Another TV Dad

Not Another TV Dad

CL Bledsoe on anger as survival and a habit and how writing can be a way to deal with frustration

A Simple Prayer

A Simple Prayer

Debra Smith on the spectre of school shootings as a school secretary and why they are all her kids

Head Above Water

Head Above Water

Tim Clark on his recent NAMI walk and the need to remove the stigma of mental illness

Letters from Berlin

Letters from Berlin

Annie Mark-Westfall on the lessons of the past and why we must ‘never forget’

Gaze

Gaze

Irena Ioannou on parenting her son to be a man and on the issues of violence and equality

Soapbox

Soapbox

Mike Hembury on the politics of rage and why true revolution means turning away from hate

Brood

Brood

Robert Taylor on nationalism, the rise of fascism and the power of protest

ORIGINS

FICTION

Origins

Origins

In our ORIGINS new column George Franklin discusses the inspiration behind his poem ‘Respect’ with artwork by Larisa Lauber

POETRY

Jude Marr

Jude Marr

Jude Marr’s poems ‘Evidence of Survival’ and ‘Relics’

Cat Dixon

Cat Dixon

Cat Dixon’s poem ‘Cancer Ate My Mother’

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