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32 Poems
Volume: 17.1 | Year: 2019

Table of Contents:

Dan Albergotti
The Elect
Suspense

Taneum Bambrick
After Picasso's "Head of a Woman"

Graham Barnhart
Survival and Evasion
Informan [Name Redacted]

Todd Boss
Everythign I Have Has Humps and Hooves
The Mind Will Wander

Caylin Capra-Thomas
Voice of the Woods on Fire

Claire Eder
A Response

Rebecca Morgan Frank
Automaton Angels
Ode to the Water Thief

Gregory Fraser
The Sympathizer's Song
Confession the First

Beth Gylys
Soldier Heart
The Disappeared of Lake Lanier

Christopher Hewitt
Reflections: Dallas
Wind on Market Street

Christina Hutchins
Night Mail

Gary McDowell
The Itch

Kathleen McGookey
Another Lullaby

Erin O'Luanaigh
A Childhood Illness

Catherine Pierce
Entreaty

Donald Platt
Child's Riddle

Kristin Robertson
Wind Chime

D. M. Spratley
What She Wore
Each Morning an Animal

Eric Tran
Starting with a Line by Frank Ocean Interviewing Timothee Chalamet
Call the Mouth

Claire Wahmanholm
The Valley
In a Land Where Everythign Is Already Trying to Kill Me, I Enter a New Phase of My Life in Which It Would Be Very Bad If I Died

Caki Wilkinson
Natural Wonders
Obstinate Gospel

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Claire Eder
A Response

 

Catherine Pierce
Entreaty

 

Claire Wahmanholm
The Valley; In a Land Where Everythign Is Already Trying to Kill Me, I Enter a New Phase of My Life in Which It Would Be Very Bad If I Died

 

Caki Wilkinson
Natural Wonders; Obstinate Gospel