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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: RACHEL HEIMOWITZ

REFRESH By Rachel Heimowitz We raise them in lemons, in buttercream, in cornmeal, we cut the crust off every loaf and serve blueberries to those who can’t abide the crumbs. We let them ride our arms like cowboys, and when … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: MONOZYGOTIC | CODEPENDENT

From MONOZYGOTIC | CODEPENDENT By Stephanie Bryant Anderson: LONELINESS CAME INSIDE MY HOME, UNPACKED ITS THINGS I sat on the floor in a blue room choking on emotions, confessing sadness to the cake falling down my throat, wondering how I … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: MARIANNE KUNKEL

By Marianne Kunkel: A SLOTH FIRST HEARS ITS NAME But why should it care? It munches a cecropia leaf. It probes the air with its blunt snout, detecting a waft of sour coconut. It lumbers to a branch, grabs hold … Continue reading

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Feminism, Culture, and Poetry: An Interview with Lisa Marie Basile

Feminism, Culture, and Poetry: An Interview with Luna Luna Magazine Editor Lisa Marie Basile by Sarah Marcus This interview originally appeared as part of Gazing Grain Press’s feminist-author interview series by co-editor Sarah Marcus and is reprinted here with permission. Sarah Marcus: You … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JENNA LE

By Jenna Le: MOM’S COCKS Mom grew up beside the Perfume River in Vietnam, in a brick house overrun by chickens. Those horny-footed fowl were always rubbing their feather-padded genitals against sofa legs and children’s shoes as if they were … Continue reading

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A Review of John Rybicki’s When All the World is Old 

A Review of John Rybicki’s When All the World is Old By Kirsten Clodfelter John Rybicki opens each section of When All the World is Old, his third poetry collection, with excerpts from journal entries written by his late wife, … Continue reading

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