RESULTS FOR poetry
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WOULD YOU HOLD THIS EGG, PLEASE?

Carrie Oeding

01.23.15

“Will you tell me if I offend you?”: New poetry from Carrie Oeding, selected by Spring poetry editor Louise Mathias.

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Stephanie Goehring

01.16.15

“Summer I’m afraid enough to kill.”: A new short poem from Stephanie Goehring, selected by Spring poetry editor, Louise Mathias.

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from Compress

Drew Kalbach

01.14.15

An excerpt from Drew Kalbach’s latest project, a text built off of compression models of all your favorite websites.

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Brine

Patrick Culliton

01.09.15

“I once shampooed a pelican with dawn”: a new short poem by Patrick Culliton, selected by Spring poetry editor, Louise Mathias.

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INHERITANCE

Ally Harris

01.02.15

“in units of incisors, glittering / dear world / mom called me / bitch”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the NW concludes with Ally Harris’s “Inheritance.”

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from Weirde Sister

James Gendron

12.19.14

“A demonic version of the sweetest and best person in your life”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with an excerpt from James Gendron’s forthcoming Weirde Sister.

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Two Short Poems

Jamalieh Haley

12.12.14

“the audience sees itself. is wasted away. the kind of music that shows itself to itself.”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with two new poems by Jamalieh Haley.

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The Dream

Ethan Saul Bull

12.05.14

“For all that remains of this reality is what violates it”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by Ethan Saul Bull.

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Three Small Poems

Joseph Mains

11.21.14

Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with three new very short poems by Joseph Mains.

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The One Where Nothing Called Back

John Beer

11.14.14

“Aisle 12 remains unbroken / Aisle 13 oxycodone”: Donald Dunbar’s editorial tour of the Pacific NW makes its next stop with a new poem by John Beer.