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Poetry Northwest
Volume: 15.1 | Year: 2020

Table of Contents:

Helene Achanzar
O age, I eat your warm bread
Great Lake

Erin Adair-Hodges
On a Hike up Prospect Rock with Three Women Sixteen Years My Junior

Dana Alsamsam
Mosque Sheikh Zayed, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Rae Armantrout
As It Happens

Cyrus Cassells
Tango with a Ghost

Paul Hlava Ceballos
from Hospital Pamphlet

Yongyu Chen
I am reading The Day of Abandonment by Elena Ferrante

Ansley Clark
Returning in Late Summer to the Uncanny

Kevin Clark
In Between

Jeremy Michaels Clark
They Bolted & Brought Him Low
Southern Drawl

Jan Clausen
Air for Unaccompanied Instrument

Nan Cohen
In the Botanical Garden

Brendan Constantine

Todd Davis
Until Darkness Comes

Jose Hernandez Diaz
The Government Official
The Fall

Meghan L. Dunn
Sevent Grade Swim Class

Kathleen Flenniken
Street Scene, 1964

Rebecca Morgan Frank
Invention #2

Cmarie Fuhrman
On Property

Darien Hsu Gee
Take 30 with Food

Clare Louise Harmon
In New Orleans, the Levees Will Breach Again
In New Orleans, We Shelter in Place and Pray for Our Future

Lauren Hilger
Right here in town
When you keep a secret long enough, you begin to tell

Sean Hill
What Luck

Christine Shan Shan Hou
The Joy and Terror are Both in the Swallowing

Allison Hutchcraft
On this One Acre of the World

Mark Irwin
How long?
Tree, River

Joseph Jang
2010s American Teen Internal Monologue

Cameron A. Lawrence

Amy Gong Liu

Amit Majmudar
Apocalypse Eve

Rasaq Malik
The Language of Grief

Shara McCallum
In the Field

Gary McDowell
Lullaby for All Other Lullabies

Daniel Moysaenko
In the Dark Times Even an Orange Daylily Sings about the Dark Times

Martin Ott

Sgabriel Palacios
San Miguel Border Gate Pavilion

Allan Peterson
This Heat

Dominica Phetteplace
A Series of Tubes

Joy Priest
Dear Aunt Louise, Muh Ode to My First Car, 1988 Cutlass Supreme Classic, 307 V8, Dual Exhaust

Jessy Randall
Caroline Herschel (1750 - 1848)
Maud Slye (1869 - 1954)

David Roderick
Darkness for Beginners

Martha Ronk
no place
What's not there

Connor L. Simons
walking E. Mississippi Parkway

Ed Skoog
The Magpie

Dujie Tahat
After St. Paul's Cathedral Burned Down Ma Still Drove Us to Mass

Gabriella Tallmadge

Eric Tran
Explaining Psychiatry to My ESL Relatives
Trust Metaphor

Daneen Wardrop

Ellen Welcker

Shelley Wong
Portrait of a Painting
Weather Advisory

Winnie Zeng

Jaime Zuckerman

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Rae Armantrout
As It Happens


Ansley Clark
Returning in Late Summer to the Uncanny


Mark Irwin
How long?; Tree, River


Amit Majmudar
Apocalypse Eve


Daniel Moysaenko
In the Dark Times Even an Orange Daylily Sings about the Dark Times


Allan Peterson
This Heat


Martha Ronk
no place; What's not there