Poetry

Spring (1921) By Charles DeMuth

 

July 2018

“The Mark Twain Speech” By John Dorsey

“Two Ghazals” By Mike James

“Back from the Dead” By Emily Blair

“Period Film” By Emily Blair

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June 2018

“Under the Tamarind Tree” By Bunkong Tuon

“RIP, Laura’s Vagina” By Laura Read

“Paul Lynde” By Mike James

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May 2018

“Lie I Told about Father” By Bunkong Tuon

“Ringo Starr Answers Questions on Larry King Live about the Death of George Harrison” By Roy Bentley

“Fishing for Trey Platoo” By Bunkong Tuon

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April 2018

Poems from Deep Calls to Deep By Jane Medved

“Dancing Fu Manchu Master” By Bunkong Tuon

“The Moon Rising” By Lynn Powell

“At the Equinox” By Lynn Powell

Saturday Afternoon at The Midland Theatre in Newark, Ohio” By Roy Bentley

“Snow Day” By Bunkong Tuon

“An Elegy for a Fellow Cambodian” By Bunkong Tuon

“Halloween, 1985” By Bunkong Tuon

“A May Evening, Everything is OK” By Heather Whited

“Nosferatu in Florida” By Roy Bentley

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March 2018

“In Jerusalem” By Hala Alyan

“Refresh” By Rachel Heimowitz

“Our Neighborhood in Revere, MA” By Bunkong Tuon

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February 2018

“From a Tree Limb” By Sean Karns

“Favorite Color” By Patrice Boyer Claeys

“The Apology” By Genesis Gonzalez

“Epistemology” By LA Johnson

“Split Level” By LA Johnson

“Holding a Freshwater Fish in a Pail Above the Sea” By Max Ritvo

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January 2018

“How to Use Water as Fuel” By Megan Wildhood

“At the Harbor Lights Motel After You Return” By Lynn Houston

“The Incredible Hulk Tries to Write a Poem” By Daniel Crocker

“I’m too sensitive for this world / this Foot Locker” By Marisa Crawford

“Fish Performance” By Sean Karns

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December 2017

“You Leave and I Can’t Sleep” By Lynn Houston

“That One Singer” By Mike James

“Beyond the Land of Misfit Toys” By Mike James

Poems from Malak By Jenny Sadre-Orafai

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November 2017

“On the Farm, Before You Leave for Afghanistan” By Lynn Houston

“Oh Daddy, Give Me a Quarter for the Time Machine” By Mike James

“Rebel, Rebel” By Mike James

“Mental Health Portraits” By Margaret Crocker

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October 2017

“Shell” By Robert Garrett

A Collection of #MeToo Poetry By Various Authors

Poems from The Treasures that Prevail By Jen Karetnick

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September 2017

Poems from They Were Bears By Sarah Marcus

“Prose Poem in the Wake of Charlottesville” By Brett Ashley Kaplan

“New Years Morning” By Helen Hunt Jackson

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August 2017

“The Man of Dirt Toils in the Laughter of His Wayward World” By Sean Karns

“The Son Witnesses” By Sean Karns”

“A Solar Eclipse” By Ella Wheeler Wilcox

“In the Afternoon, She Smelled Like the Earth” By Marianne Peel

“Wonder Beans” By Janet Kirchheimer

“Song of the Exiles” By Holly Karapetkova

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April 2017

“Listening to Death” By John Guzlowski

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March 2017

“The Idiot’s Faith” By Okla Elliott

“The Light Here” By Okla Elliott

Four Poems By Stacy R. Nigliazzo

“And There’s Something About Softness” By Gili Haimovich

“After the Squall” By Elise Paschen

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February 2017

Poems from In the Absence By Dara Barnat

Three Poems by Leah Umansky

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January 2017

“Fragments” By Bunkuong Tuon

“Let Them Not Say” By Jane Hirshfeld

“I Ask Forgiveness” By Alex Ben-Ari

“Between Klimt and Giacometti” By Hélène Cardona

“Unveiling Jean Cocteau” By Hélène Cardona

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Favorites from the Archives

Button by Maggie Smith

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Jillian Weise

FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Hannah Gamble

Speech-Grille by Paul Celan

Blowfly by Andrew Hudgins

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Kim Roberts

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Adam Eaglin

Erlking by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Translation by Okla Elliott)

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Keith Wilson

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Lyn Lifshin

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Andrea Kneeland

The Sestina Has Been Sinking by Steve Davenport

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Kendra Grant Malone

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Okla Elliott

Two Poems by Letitia Trent

FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: Alan Semerdjian

Black Dog’s Bedside Manner by Robert Archambeau

JÜRGEN BECKER by Okla Elliott

 

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