March is National Reading month, here in the States. So what better way to celebrate than with our March Submissions? Whether you dig into our offerings or pick up something else, let us know what you’re reading this month in the comments section below or on social media. We’ll be sharing what we’re reading ourselves.
On another note, it’s also National Caffeine Awareness month. So, yeah, caffeine exists. There you go. Here are our March Submissions.
Our Featured Poet and first contributor from India is Sunil Sharma. He is a decorated veteran of the writing and editing world and a wonderful poet. Please help us welcome Sunil to the ‘Café.
Dan Coleman’s “The Spot,” is our first Featured Fiction for March. It’s story about two boys and their adventures growing up around a their favorite fishing spot. Part coming of age, part boys-will-be-boys, fully entertaining.
Our second Featured Fiction this month, Courtney Justus’s “Thinking About Macaws,” is an irreverent story about college student angst – and a macaw. Stay on the lookout for the java references.
Our Featured Artist this month is Roger Leege. His Photoart utilizes digital tools to manipulate photographs, creating visually striking images. Be sure to check out his work!
We introduce an exciting new podcast series, “Mickie McKinney, Boy Detective,” an original podcast series by Ruby Faux and her fantastic production team. Episodes will run every Friday throughout the month.