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Two Poems by Lynda DeWitt

Billy G The snake circled the island, up the Hudson, down the Harlem,into the East, and around the point past Billy G’srent-controlled building on the...

Three Poems by Ryan Quinn Flanagan

From Monet to a Miner’s Ass We are just back from the old world. A six hour time difference with serious jet...

Three Poems by Nick Leininger

Breathe I can’t breathe, said the fish who soon would dieI am a lie, sung the bird who could...

Voice, Myth, and Memory in “The Music of the Aztecs” Anthology

By Jessica Purdy Editor's Note: This week, in lieu of poems, we present a review of a new...

Three Poems by Brandon C. Spalletta

What’s Left of My Grandmother’s Signature In her room at Poet’s Walkher first name begins witha cursive J elegantlycompleting itself on...