I’m not a natural planner. I was born to go with the flow (Hello, Pisces!). Spreadsheets and lists make me want to run for the hills. And please don’t ask me to write an outline. But over the years, I have succumbed to the daily planner and made great use of it until the pandemic. […]
Winter begins with a celestial display for nearly everyone around the world to see. An event not witnessed by this magnitude in 800 years.
After a year of upheaval, the night sky reminds me there is more going on than what I experience at any given moment.
As a poet, one of my strengths is the ability to express my single human experience. My 2021 goal is to amplify my voice in order to help others feel less alone. We all live our separate, solitary lives, but we’re in this together. Though we are small in the universe, we are mighty at heart. Our imprint is more important than ever.
February 2021 | Issue #6
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Praise for Anything That Happens
Cheryl Wilder's poems are almost shatteringly direct: they explore guilt and suffering so cleanly and so precisely that every detail testifies, and mercy is ever possible. This is a brave and honorable book. —Nancy Eimers, author of Oz
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There’s no way around it: 2020 felt like walking blindfolded onto a roller coaster with no safety harnesses. How do I reflect on the year when I’m still holding on for dear life, and the roller coaster hasn’t stopped? I follow the advice of fellow Waterwheel Review editor, Claire Guyton: “I’m doing two things this […]
Four years ago, when it was clear the people in our country were so divided, I decided to focus on what unites us. My mind naturally went to “home.” Everyone in the country has a relationship with the inanimate place we call a house. Yet, the depth of a house’s impact often goes unnoticed. When […]