Poetry

June 2018:

The Lazarus Questionnaire by Ted Mico

A Seal Skull Seems To Be a Wolf Skull by Erin Rice

Last Night in Antsville by Sharon Suzuki-Martinez

Webster’s Dictionary defines “communist” as “one who speaks with ghosts” by Brian Dau

 

July 2018:

Louisiana Necropoem by Laetitia Burns

Desireé Panda and the Lee Van Cleefs by Tracy Lynne Oliver

German Company Says Talking Doll is Not an “Espionage Device” by Martin Ott

Kitchen, West-Facing Window by Jackie Sherbow

 

August 2018:

Ashes than Dust by Iris Jamahl Dunkle

with an empathy so fatal #44 by Darren C. Demaree

Eryx and Hypatius by Ray Ball

Delayed Lightning by Benjamin Niespodziany

 

September 2018:

as a love story by Gervanna Stephens

A Wrinkle in Grief by Savannah Slone

In the Morning Their Shirt is Hanging Off the Bed by Alec Prevett

+ by Rebecca Kokitus

 

October 2018:

Prey by Christine Taylor

Dead Bird by Todd Dillard

Tennessee Warbler by Emily Banks

Under two birch trees in the corner of my yard by Emily Murman

The Pseudomorph by Amy Alexander

 

November 2018:

This is our dog by Emma Cairns Watson

Our love will stretch to cover this in time by Jeni De La O

whole foods rotisserie chicken by Chelsea Balzer

Chernobyl Fox by David Brennan

 

December 2018:

Little Offerings by Laurel Paige

Up There the Mountains Burn Worse by Tom Snarsky

My Animal Life: An Autobiography in 10 Parts by Sara Barnard

If This Is a Death I Still Have so Much to Be Thankful For by Bailey Cohen

 

January 2019:

last will and testament by Amy Kinsman

The Visitor, or Not Quite Flesh by Alex Smith

Baptism by Ahja Fox

They’re Grackles and Every Time I See Them by Patric Pepper

I write a letter by Elisabeth Horan