March 16, 2016
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The Siren Calls out from Middle Age

“I pinned these things down / for you, penned them / so you will know them first / in black and white.”
Three new poems from Susanna Baird.

March 9, 2016
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Beached_whale Beached_whale

The tide washes the bodies away

“I saw the abducted baby being brought in on the back of a pick-up truck, the blanked lifted by the wind. She was half-eaten by dogs – they found her on a garbage landfill site. ” A new prose poem by Rose Mary Boehm.

March 2, 2016
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Palmer Lake Park, Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Palmer Lake Park, Brooklyn Center, Minnesota

Five Poems by Simon Perchik

“you come here alone/to feel at home, naked/sure the sunlight is melting/flowing over her, darkening” New poetry by SImon Perchik

February 23, 2016
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Cupidon_et_Psyché Cupidon_et_Psyché

My Handsome Magnet, Don’t You

You don’t see the cats and/dog behind you, silently called from sleep /by your coming. Oh, my handsome magnet,/don’t you see what you attract? A new poem by Sandra Kolankiewicz.

January 27, 2016
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Frasier_Crane Frasier_Crane

Two Poems by Isaac Williams

In this life,/I intend only to/wash my face. New poems by Isaac Williams

January 20, 2016
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Radio_beach_party_1923 Radio_beach_party_1923

Study Guide for The Great Gatsby

Is God a decrepit billboard? Why or why not? A new poem and/or quiz by Natalie Homer.

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