Monthly Archives: January 2010

This week’s featured poet is Sarah Vap, whose work appears on pages 7 & 8. “Small braids, drawn back from temples” begins: “Unsophisticated children note the human spirit in grasshoppers, which fly like popcorn” Read the rest here! Advertisements

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This week’s featured poet is Toni L. Wilkes, whose “Bethany Towers” begins: “I roam the streets for my mother. The redhead in the next room, Rickanna, said she’d gone out with a velvet camel each of them received last week—” … Continue reading

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This week’s featured poet is Allison Layfield, whose stabby and bitey work appears on pages 25-27. An excerpt: “I reject your request for mercy. I have no prejudice against monsters, but any skin makes you salivate. Then it’s out with … Continue reading

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Our first issue is now live!

Go straight to fantastic content from Jenny Boully, Susan Briante, Allison Layfield and many others! We’ll be highlighting the work of each contributor on a weekly basis. Our first featured poet is Meghan Brinson. “Some trees are so old and … Continue reading

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