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Peripheries
Volume: 3 | Year: 2019

Table of Contents:

Greg Allendorf
Walking Autopsy
Outside the Mortuary

Melanie Archuleta
An Untitled Poem
Handiwork

Rob Arnold
Chimera
Chimera
Chimera

Amanda Auerbach
Smuckers
Sing poor

Sylvia Beato-Davis
Preservation

Greta Byrum
[Untitled 4]

Abigail Chabitnoy
In the Renderings of Which There Are Many, or Every Old Man Weaves a Tale According to His Own Liking
Holes in the Field
Six Lines for Christine, My Black-Haired Grandmother
In the Field

Edith Clare
pantoum for two voices

CA Conrad
Only in Stacking Books Can the Tree Feel Its Weight Again

Emma de Lisle
Poem Written Backwards

Isabel Duarte-Gray
Father
To Field Dress a Doe

Ibrahim'in Duzlukleri
The Plains of Abraham

Emily Franklin
Grandfather Reappears

Josh Gregory
Extinction/Feast

Amanda Gunn
Reflexology
"A Long Ways from Home"
Monarch

Amy Hollywood
Don't Touch Me

Susan Howe
Untitled

Michael Jackson
Dead Reckoning

Joelle Jameson
Feasting
New Direction

Brionne Janae
Pigs at the Door and a Riot Beneath the Skin
Late Summer

George Kalogeris
Plotinus in English

Joan Naviyuk Kane
Our Hypervigilance Lapses Back into Pococurantism
Cutting the River

Michaelsun Knapp
Ropes in the Pinkest Room
Being Coming, a Brutalist Recollection of Six Burned Pieces

Laura Kolbe
Thanks to Leibniz, putative father of topology
Garter, Copper, Water

Daniel Kraft
Lot's Wife
Sonnets as Deuteronomy 14:11-18

KT
Tuesday's Children

Adrie Kusserow
Lady's Slipper, Red Eft
Night Poppies

Frannie Lindsay
Falcon

Angela Mao
Subject

Shane McCrae
The Lost Tribe of Eden

Ryan Mihaly
3 Clarinet Poems

Efe Murad
from Kaliteli Organ/An Organ of Quality

Gerardo Pacheco
Desert Bones
The Carcass

Franco Paz
The rain brought a few questions

Carl Phillips
Night Comes and Passes Over Me
Anywhere Like Peace

Daniel John Pilington
Pattern Poem

Rita Powell
Break fast

Kristin Prevallet
Conjure, Purge, Release

Adrian T. Quintanar
Madrecuixe
Meridian
Veduta II

Bin Ramke
Danses Sacree et Profane (Debussy 1904)
Secret Sins in the Light
They Are Like Grass

Adrienne Raphel
Note from Paradise
The Garden of Earthly Delights

Ariana Reines
Participles of Deserere

Donald Revell
Messengers

AM Ringwalt
from What Floods

Byron Russell
aubade no. 5

Peter Sacks
The Reins
Larkin

Monique Sanchez
Postcard
Per Annum
Pastoral, Muted

Yi Sang
Cliff
Self Portrait
Beard

Hilary Scheppers
St. Kateri Tekakwitha

Vijay Seshadri
North American Sequence

Evie Shockley
you must walk this lonesome
improphised
fruitful

Bati Sinirlari
The Western Borders

Walter Smelt
South Florida Water Management District

Becca Voelcker
Pet Kingdom

Jackie Wang
Umbra

Eden Werring
Namelings
The Luz Bone

Nachoem Wijnberg
The Last Thing Memory Is Best For

Lauren Winchester
Of Deer
Carousel

S. Yarberry
Shadow Fruit

Jessica Yuan
Helpless

Zhang Zao
The Periphery
Early Spring, February
The Sixth Method
Letters Received in Spring and Autumn

Poets of Interest in this issue:

CA Conrad
Only in Stacking Books Can the Tree Feel Its Weight Again

 

Susan Howe
Untitled

 

Joan Naviyuk Kane
Our Hypervigilance Lapses Back into Pococurantism; Cutting the River

 

Shane McCrae
The Lost Tribe of Eden

 

Carl Phillips
Night Comes and Passes Over Me; Anywhere Like Peace

 

Bin Ramke
Danses Sacree et Profane (Debussy 1904); Secret Sins in the Light; They Are Like Grass

 

Ariana Reines
Participles of Deserere

 

Donald Revell
Messengers

 

Evie Shockley
you must walk this lonesome; improphised; fruitful