RESULTS FOR poetry
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“Cowboys” / “I Love You, Says the Target”

Christopher Parks

09.02.16

“I will jump on god when he stops to take a shit.” New poems by Christopher Parks, from late summer poetry editor Sean Kilpatrick.

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“dead, dead, dead” / “I am howling now” / “Wallow”

Sarah Jean Alexander

08.31.16

“What’s the word for not remembering 2006-2012″ New work from Sarah Jean Alexander.

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Non-Pimpin’ Huggy Bear

Sharon Mesmer

08.12.16

“I never said that Celine Dion / was the dolphin whore of Babylon / so shut the hell up, you haters.” A new long poem by Sharon Mesmer, from late summer poetry editor Sean Kilpatrick.

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Going to Poland

Haley Markbreiter

07.15.16

“Yur;t hates poems / it’s all neo-nationalist Lithuanian shit / from the second to last / break from the Russian Empire, / which still exists.” New poetry by Haley Markbreiter, from summer poetry editor Lucy Tiven.

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Two Poems

Oscar d'Artois

07.08.16

“arcs of water bloom / from wet hair flips // WWIII is coming”: Two new poems by Oscar d’Artois, from summer poetry editor Lucy Tiven.

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PINK IN NATURE

Stella Corso

07.01.16

“fewer gemstones suffer more / than the opal / though you could say it doesn’t feel pain / but to measure pain is tricky” New poetry by Stella Corso, from summer poetry editor Lucy Tiven.

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Salt and Paper

Natalie Shapero

06.24.16

“What we’ve done to each other, / we’ll never get out from under.” A new poem from Natalie Shapero, selected by summer poetry editor Lucy Tiven.

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The Blood Barn

Carrie Lorig

05.13.16

“Eating / butter My mother suffered / the love in my life My life it comes and goes” New poetry by Carrie Lorig, selected by spring poetry editor Lucy Tiven.

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A LIST OF HERBS I WANT YOU TO TASTE IN MY MIND IN ANOTHER LANGUAGE

Stacey Tran

03.18.16

“I spin around so fast in the electronics department I accidentally hug a man who / isn’t my dad / how could I mistake a stranger for the person who taught me to use a computer?”: A new long poem by Stacey Tran, selected by late winter poetry editor Ed Steck.

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THE ERSTWHILE EPOCH!

Charity Coleman

03.11.16

“I’d saw my arm off for the sake of boundaries now but / I remember when it was otherwise like I remember when / extinction wasn’t a free pass for perennial despair”: A new poem by Charity Coleman, selected by late winter poetry editor Ed Steck.