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Oversound
Volume: 2 | Year: 2016

Table of Contents:

Alexis Almeida
Pliny
No Wars Forget Me

Amber Atiya
Poem Written on Paper Towel at an East Village Pub

Bill Carty
You Have to Look Longer, John Audubon

Darcie Dennigan
from Water for Sale

Monica Fambrough
Not Soup
The Man in the Sun

Matt Hart
The Greenhouse

Thomas Hummel
I Have My Birthday Today

Paul Killebrew
Common Pointless

Virginia Konchan
Le Coeur Du Tangier
Manifest Destiny

Merton Lee
Scared of the Dick

Juliana Leslie
Clairvoyant perception of a Distant Balloon Accident
A Little Interpretation of the Fall

Tony Mancus
One Way Back

Peter Mishler
Mild Invective

Travis Nichols
Throat Culture
Bad Shadow
Poached Eyes

Geoffrey G. O'Brien
Nothing, Everything
We Are Home
Valentine Avenue

Linnea Ogden
Point Lobos
Providence
Salt & Vinegar

Robert Ostrom
Litany for Strength
New World Elegance

Paul Otremba
After X

Thibault Raoult
The Turth Is Dragonflies Love Baking

Adrienne Raphel
Imogen and the Beginning of Color

Kit Robinson
What a Beatiful Thing
Internal Combustion
For Selling Cigarettes?

Elizabeth Scanlon
Context

Claire Marie Stancek
Sunken

Brian Teare
We are not the instruments of fate nor are we the pawns of fate we are the mateiral of fate
One must see the ideal in one's own mind. It is like the memory of perfection.
I want to repeat: There are no valid thoughts about art.
I am going to work in order to see myself and free myself.

Tom Thompson
I Bouth a Freshly Killed Pig

Lindsay Turner
Museum Song

Randall Tyrone
Surveillance

Ronaldo V. Wilson
47. Lucy and Shadow
49. Lucy, the Grey Cat, and Sense
65. Lucky Looks
67. Lucy Gets into the Mist
68. Lucy Lets in the Light
69. Lucy and Loss

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Bill Carty
You Have to Look Longer, John Audubon

 

Darcie Dennigan
from Water for Sale

 

Matt Hart
The Greenhouse

 

Paul Killebrew
Common Pointless

 

Geoffrey G. O'Brien
Nothing, Everything; We Are Home; Valentine Avenue

 

Paul Otremba
After X

 

Thibault Raoult
The Turth Is Dragonflies Love Baking

 

Claire Marie Stancek
Sunken

 

Brian Teare
We are not the instruments of fate nor are we the pawns of fate we are the mateiral of fate; One must see the ideal in one's own mind. It is like the memory of perfection.; I want to repeat: There are no valid thoughts about art.; I am going to work in order to see myself and free myself.

 

Lindsay Turner
Museum Song

 

Ronaldo V. Wilson
47. Lucy and Shadow; 49. Lucy, the Grey Cat, and Sense; 65. Lucky Looks; 67. Lucy Gets into the Mist; 68. Lucy Lets in the Light; 69. Lucy and Loss