Belle Fox-Martin

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Belle Fox-Martin is a poet, and the author of micro-fiction. She is a United Church of Christ licensed minister, and lives in Glendale.

Articles by Belle Fox-Martin

Cockroaches, Lent and felled innocence

Tuesday, 20 Feb 2018 - On an average, 96 people a day are killed by gunfire in the United States. Yesterday, 17 children were killed in Florida. That leaves 79 others whose names and faces we won’t be seeing online or in print, but they are still dead.

don’t talk. just kiss

Saturday, 10 Feb 2018 - Her lips were her one point of vanity that she had carried like a phantom tiara in the thick of her arm.

A new way home

Friday, 5 Jan 2018 - It’s January 5, 2018 and depending on your perspective we are all either hopelessly lost or we are all on the road together.

Start Talking    

Tuesday, 2 Jan 2018 - No matter what action is taken to treat drug abuse what must happen first is that a dialogue has to begin. We have to talk.

Notes from afar

Saturday, 25 Feb 2017 - Reflections from Belle Fox-Martin, including the poem “Bath Time.”

Join the marches — virtually

Thursday, 19 Jan 2017 - Copy and cut out this pussy cat hat and wear it, post it, display it in a window, on your car, on Facebook.

A farewell to 2016

Saturday, 31 Dec 2016 - Like a stranger on a train, with whom you sat for a long trip, you see walking away on the platform.

Seasons Greetings

Thursday, 22 Dec 2016 - Seasons Greetings: Illustration and poem for the holiday season from Belle Fox-Martin.