June 25, 2015
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Leap of Faith

“Yesterday, I flew. Packed my juju / into the pit of my gut and stepped off the Golden Gate Bridge.” A poem by Emile DeWeaver.

June 17, 2015
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Two Poems by Romie Stott

“I don’t mind when people pick their teeth / pick their nose / mess up the punchline.” Two poems by Romie Stott.

May 22, 2015
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Strip Your 500 Festival Princess

Take the time required to strip your 500 Festival Princess of her royal wrappings, and she reveals her beauty, her golden purity, her biscuits with a side of sausage gravy. If you are patient and special, she gives you tender visions, powdered with fragrant haystacks and fresh eggs collected at dawn. She wraps your smoked…

May 21, 2015
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IndyCar Drivers Appreciate the Futility of Their Experience

IndyCar drivers appreciate the futility of their experience, always on their first lap looking for provisional qualification, up against the wall before they run down the straight shoot. They are conservative on the outside and daring in the pits. They’ll have to find another way to get a daily dose of adrenaline in the turns….

May 20, 2015
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The Things Mothers Get to Remember

“There is a cat somewhere / whose instinct is wind, / whose body is an orange leaf / skittering across a road.” A new poem by Reese Conner.

May 20, 2015
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I Entered the Snakepit

I entered the Snakepit unaware of the high and the low of sport and emerged spoiled, on bruised hands and knees. My unforgiving groove gave guilty pleasure to a soft Brazilian bracing for unrepeatable impact as I maneuvered among terrible, endless self-service experimenting on unique chassis. He raced to serve me his house rules back…

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