Two Poems by Maria Teresa Ogliastri

Bourgeon continues its celebration of Women in Translation Month. Rationing In the line a woman shoutsthere’s flour I think of warm biscuits Soon I hearonly rice is...

Two Poems by Lê Phạm Lê

co-translated from the Vietnamese by Nancy Arbuthnot and Lê Phạm Lê Editor's note: August is Women in Translation...

Three Poems by Alison Palmer

Hunger This morning is sickening—                                   the photograph on...

Two Poems by Linda Umans

Dog Pack  The dog loves the woman. I think of Thumper (dumbass name) named by dumbass couple,...

Tragicomedy by Emily Goff

Masks are the order of the day. —Sylvia Plath A lot of peopleknow my mother. And she knows them, too.