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Waxwing
Volume: 10 | Year: 2016

Table of Contents:

Albert Abonado
Pancho Villa Last One Standing Is Also the First
How to Remove a Spike

Lindsey D. Alexander
Honest Abe Gets Mad Jealous of the Pretty, Successful Girl from My High School

A. Anupama
Kiss of intention

Kristin Chang
Guanyin (I)
Dialect of a Green Card
Guanyin (II)

Jennifer S. Cheng
How to Build an American Home
How to Build an American Home
How to Build an American Home
How to Build an American Home
How to Build an American Home

James Hoch
Dedication
What My Mother Does Not Say When Her Son Says He Will Weep When She Goes
Cutting Grapes After Orlando
The News Ending with a Riff

Lillian Kwok
The Red Tile Algae
Japanese Ghost Stories
Visions Fugitives

Peter LaBerge
Turbulence
Tempe

Aimee Nezhukumatathil
Psyche and Cupid: A Reimagining
Venus Instrucing Cupid to Torment Psyche
Psyche Consdiers Her Last Leter from Cupid
Psyche Considers an Archipelago

Michelle Penaloza
Now that You've Moved to Town

Claire Schwartz
someday i'll love claire schwartz

Diane Seuss
I fell in love, some would say too late
Soemtimes I can't feel it, what some call beauty
Press a foot into this beach and blood
Here on this edge I have had many diminutive visions
If love comes close then death comes close

Jess Smith
No Other Appetite
Ode to Stairmaster
My Love and I Are Inventing a Country

Danez Smith
on faggotness
help
testimony with salt on wounds

Lisa Summe
Selfie at the Symphony
Elegy

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Jennifer S. Cheng
How to Build an American Home; How to Build an American Home; How to Build an American Home; How to Build an American Home; How to Build an American Home

 

James Hoch
Dedication; What My Mother Does Not Say When Her Son Says He Will Weep When She Goes; Cutting Grapes After Orlando; The News Ending with a Riff

 

Aimee Nezhukumatathil
Psyche and Cupid: A Reimagining; Venus Instrucing Cupid to Torment Psyche; Psyche Consdiers Her Last Leter from Cupid; Psyche Considers an Archipelago

 

Michelle Penaloza
Now that You've Moved to Town

 

Diane Seuss
I fell in love, some would say too late; Soemtimes I can't feel it, what some call beauty; Press a foot into this beach and blood; Here on this edge I have had many diminutive visions; If love comes close then death comes close

 

Danez Smith
on faggotness; help; testimony with salt on wounds