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Tupelo Quarterly
Volume: 17 | Year: 2019

Table of Contents:

Sarah Audsley
Crown of Yellow
Greenhousing

Ronda Broatch
If You’ve Heard This One Before, Stop Me

Hannah Brooks-Motl
Capitol

Jack Christian
After “The Road from Versailles to Saint Germaine,” by Alfred Sisley 1872
After “Salem Cove” by Maurice Brazil Pendergrast, 1916

Caroline Crew
It’s Hard to be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World
Kant is a Size Queen
Bucolic

Dante Di Stefano
Lullaby with Incendiary Device, Breached Hull, & Oil Slick

Noah Falck
from Fatigue Performance

Chad Foret
Medusa Surrenders
Upon Reaching the Jade Gate
The Shrine Rises

Veronica Golos
The Girl. Thirteen.
Terra Incognita

Niki Herd
Birth of a Nation

Carlie Hoffman
Calling Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic
After

Karla Kelsey
Ecology:
Encase
Slip-Era

Katherine Lamb
Chorus I – V

Jessica Lee
Consumed
My Mother Is Learning in Her Authentic Relationships Course

Angie Macri
Contact Metamorphism
Articulation
The Town Opened a Wide Mouth of Fire
Fingertips of Rose

Kristi Maxwell
Cheetah
Flying Fox
Black-Faced Impala

Meghan McClure
In Place of an Apology
Re-

Amy Miller
We Interrupt This Program

David Moolten
The Deer
Cezanne’s Diabetes

Cherry Pickman
Widow in Florida

Mary Pinard
Staying Loss

Shelley Puhak
Portrait of the artist as Cassandra

Nancy Reddy
Golden Hour

Caitlin Roach
Nocturne
Cancer, by definition, is an abnormal cell growing out of control

Michael Schmeltzer
They Eat Dog, You Know

Max Seifert
My Suburbs

Matthew Thorburn
What’s Left to Tell

Anna Tomlinson
The Limits of Things

David Winter
W. W. II GERMAN S.S. DIVISION SOUP SPOON, $250.00

Erica Wright
The Unknown City

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Hannah Brooks-Motl
Capitol

 

Karla Kelsey
Ecology:; Encase; Slip-Era

 

Caitlin Roach
Nocturne; Cancer, by definition, is an abnormal cell growing out of control