Monday, October 12, 2020

English Bond, by Russell Carisse

 







Russell Carisse is preserving one hundred acres of wood and wetland in New Brunswick, Canada. Here, they're homesteading off-grid with their family of people and animals, growing food, and building a stone house from local and found materials. Russell's work is forthcoming or in Funicular, Periodicities, STILL: The Journal, The Paragon Journal, online, or their debut collection of poetry, Nomography.


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