Poetry Series

By Doug Cox | bdougcox@gmail.com From Fresno to France, the bittersweet follows us everywhere. In this surprising and gritty poem, Michelle Patton, a widely published poet and professor at Fresno City College, employs a series…

Saving “Voices” 

More than 130 indigenous languages are considered “endangered” in the United States. For many of these, only a handful of fluent speakers remain. By Dave Fountinelle | dave@fresnoflyer.com Marie Wilcox didn’t set out to save the…

Celebrating a “Resonant” Life 

By Dave Fountinelle | dave@fresnoflyer.com Dia De Los Muertos is a two-day holiday celebrated throughout the Americas, beginning at midnight on November 1st. Representing a joyous reunion between the living and the dead, the event…