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Tess Taylor is author of a chapbook, The Misremembered World. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and Poetry.
Adam Fitzgerald’s ‘George Washington’ memorializes the author’s childhood in a stripmall America that is at once instantly familiar and arrestingly strange.
Leaning into silence.
Dear sad ducks. Dear boats and truck.
Dear long barn in the fallow field.
Dear vines in winter. Dear...
If a travelogue were to arrive as writing, it might read like Maureen N. McLane’s two full-length collections of poems, Same Life and World Enough.
Experiments in life and poetic form.
By Thomas James.
Two collections by Kathleen Jamie.
: Essays on Lyric Poetry
Poems that ricochet like pinballs with their own eclectic brand of kinesis.
Poems that move from Heroditus to plastic snap beads, from Kafka to empty storage containers.
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