Goblin Fruit has published its Winter 2013 Issue -- filled with wonderfulness as usual. These are chilly poems, love poems, cooking poems, cautionary poems, and poems of winter sadness -- all wrapped up with snow and ice. Two of my favorites:
"Sleeping Beauty Makes Dinner" by Sally Rosen Kindred: "I woke — cold kiss, that snow! —/ I married you. And now/ afternoon, I'm in your kitchen/ bending through the tender heat," (This poem has a audio version read by the poet).
"Silver" by Andy Humphrey: "The silver man/ keeps a tarnished box/ full of the memories/ of all the fairy tales/ my mother used to tell."