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Laurel Review
Volume: 51.1 | Year: 2018

Table of Contents:

Xavier Abril
Intimacy

Melissa Andres
My Mother's Daybed

Adrienne Asher
Burning Through Dreams

Jake Bailey
Cigar Burn

Walter Bargen
Heaven's Open Face

Brian Batchelor
from Disfigured Hours

Claire Bateman
The Ordinary Course of Things

Miranda Beeson
Alpha Boars

Sarah Blackman
Voyeurism

Bruce Bond
Lesser Sun Gods of the Modern Day

Roberto Azcorra Camara
Spirals

Zoe Canner
secular diaspora in parts
wish i were here

Rita Rouvalis Chapman
Taking Account After Divorce
Dear Syria

Taffeta Chime
(Washing Rice)

Adam Clay
Branch Song
Elegy for a Different Kind of Falling

Julio Cortazar
To Read as an Interrogative

Darrell Dela Cruz
Organ Donor

Kristina Marie Darling
Melancholy, Sings the Mockingbird. Terror. Nothing is ever the same.
She Thought of His Steps in the Garden. She Could Think of Nothing Else When He Opened His Mouth.

Pablo de Rokha
Spirit and Figure
Epitaph of the Tomb of Juan, The Carpenter

Lope de Vega
River Song

Mark DeFoe
Angels in the Dumpster

Annie Diamond
I like our bodies when
Of the spine

Carol Durak
Lorca's Piano

Ryler Dustin
To Make Color
Late Garden

Madelyn Garner
Sundowning
Presage: The Brain in Transit

Stephen Gibson
Frida Kahlo's Painting Rememberance of the Open Wound

Nancy Goldberg
Tread Softly in Dublin

Margaux Griffiths
Leftovers

Ricardo Guiraldes
Bark

Kelsea Habecker
Unconjugal Weather
Solitudinal

Ceridwen Hall
airborne

Jackleen Holton
Dark Horse

Natalie Homer
Geneology
Overlook
Gravedigging, 5:00am

John Hyland
Each Night
Bali

Juan Ramon Jimenez
The Bridge of Love

Kate Kingston
Que posee Lorca?

Kara Knickerbock
Splitting the Family Tree
A Lesson in Direction

David Koehn
Delta 5: September 7th The Day After Reading Antin's "John Cage Uncaged Is Still Cagey" I See Waterweed Everywhere
Delta 6: At The Corner Of Byron Highway & Camino Diablo There Is A Stoplight

Mary Leader
from Cornucopia of Arcadia

Jessica Lieberman
Blue
His
KIKE

Amelia Martens
Making a Death Pit
The 3 Properties of Wool

Julio Martinez Masanza
Horses Also Die In Battle

Stephen Massimilla
Ascent
Through Me

Bray McDonald
The Veteran

Michael McLane
from Warm Springs

Somsen Ricardo Nicolayevsky
The Smoocher

Al Nyhart
Sunday at the Park Pavilion

Loretta Oleck
Rima

Erik Orosco
thinking about my uncle during a concert, November 9th

Tara Orzolek
The mess that was left on the table, after I asked for forgiveness
Courtesy call

Simon Perchik
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Emily Pittinos
Answers

Mick Powell
my student makes a video of herself lighting the flag on fire

Issac Pressnell
Some Reasons
Man Searching for Immorality/Woman Searching for Eternity

Janet Reed
Into the Night Through Open Windows

Carlos Reyes
The Tenants of the World

Andres Rodriguez
Drawn Curtains

Esteban Rodriguez
Curios
Tlacuache
Ballad
Mimesis

Suzanne Roszak
There Are People Out There With Courage

Christopher Rubio-Goldsmith
Workshopping a Poem

Cedric Rudolph
Reference

Brian Satrom
Viewing Reagan's Casket

E.B. Schnepp
Harbinger;Augary;Oracle;Omen
Psuedocyesis

Janicanne Shane
Overgrown

Virginia Chase Sutton
Postcards from Buenos Aires

Diane Wald
It's Just The Noise Of The Water Seeping Through The Hardened Ground
My Undertaker Wears A Sweet Cologne

Jamie Wendt
Rooted

Tracy Zeman
Star or Plow

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Bruce Bond
Lesser Sun Gods of the Modern Day

 

Adam Clay
Branch Song; Elegy for a Different Kind of Falling

 

Kristina Marie Darling
Melancholy, Sings the Mockingbird. Terror. Nothing is ever the same.; She Thought of His Steps in the Garden. She Could Think of Nothing Else When He Opened His Mouth.