Christie IslerDuring the day, Christie Isler civilizes ten-year-olds and writes poetry and short fiction around the edges. To date, she has published several pieces, both poetry and short fiction, in a variety of online journals and has the seeds of several novels lying dormant in her computer files.
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Category Archives: Nicaragua
Tonight, sparrows and bats crisscrossed the sky failing sky. I thought they were all bats at first but the stealth arrow of the sparrows set them apart from the frantic flutter flutter of the bats, never able to glide with … Continue reading
I’m clearly late and will probably end up posting these bits out of order, but I’m in charge and linear time lines are overrated. And thanks to Willy Bethel for the photos. I’ve never been good at taking pictures with … Continue reading