Author Archives: Victor D. Infante

‘Stronger Speaking Together’: Our 2017 Pushcart Prize Nominees …

It’s difficult to recall a time when reading the news wasn’t painful. Indeed, if there was ever such a time, it might bear some responsibility for the state of the world today: How much has been dredged up into our … Continue reading

Three Poems by Gerard Sarnat

Body Politic With Crumbling Bridges & Roads Excited to Build Giant Wall
— thanks to Andy Borowitz’s New Yorker, 31 August 2015 title [I substituted Body Politic for Nation.]
By Gerard Sarnat

Google Glasses looked forward to perusing … Continue reading

‘Everybody’s Had to Fight to be Free’: Tom Petty, Symbolism, Empathy and America

By Victor D. Infante

Somewhere, somehow, somebody must have kicked you around some
Tell me why you want to lay there, revel in your abandon
Honey, it … Continue reading