Defenseless by Christine Marie Mason

Defenseless

Defenseless Nature left us strangely unarmored. Smallish, jellybellied, slow. Vulnerable to any bump in the night or snake in the grass or bear in the woods. Snails without shells. Yet still:...
And Then it All Burned by Christine Marie Mason

And Then it All Burned.

In October, 2017, wildfires ravages Northern California, destroying 8,400 structures, and leveling the homes of family, friends and neighbors. The material, spiritual and psychological impacts of those fires...
Martha Dominadora by Christine Marie Mason

Martha Dominadora

Martha Dominadora In my tenderness I walk down Beverly, in the city of Angels. Busses exhale on the hot cracked pavement. Yayas in flowered huipil sit in the shade, Presiding silently over their...