'Station' by Jim Davis-Rosenthal

 

POETRY

 

Kim Addonizio
Good Girl
The Story

Sherman Alexie
Owl Dancing with Fred Astaire
How to Remodel the Interior of a Catholic Church
What We Notice, What We Miss

Homero Aridjis

This Black Stone

Rane Arroyo
Little Joe

Robert James Berry
Legend
Rites

Laura-Anne Bosselaar
The Pallor of Survival

Frances Brown
Crone

Christopher Bursk
Foster Child

Alice Rose Crow
Eleven Poems

Samantha Coerbell
Cruisin' J. Crew
The Sounds Are Louder on the Other Side
The Romanticization

Patricia Villalobos Echeverría

Grietas/Fissures: Ten Poems

Jim Elledge
I Recite the Dialogue of My Life to the Man I Love

Ray Gonzalez
Object

Bruce A. Jacobs
The Beer Joint and Masons

Yusef Komunyakaa
Unframing the Tryptich

Patrick Lawler
Isis, The Mother of Unraveling and Flowers, Gives Her Milk to Rachel Rosenthal

Carol Mahler
Dawn

Walter McDonald
After Saigon

Christal McDougall
How I Got Here
Lot's Wife to Her Therapist

Rusty Morrison
Teaching About the Hungry Woman

Ayyappa Paniker
Passage to America

Elizabeth Rosner
My Father's Souvenirs
"gravity"

K. Satchidanandan
How Spring Arrived This Year
"My Body, a City"

Richard Siken
Wishbone

Barry Silesky
Celebration

Alison Stone
Sea Song

Natalie Sudman
Beadwork

Karen Swenson
Word Power
Belief

Martha G. Wiseman
Aftermath

Sarah Wolbach
Bathing Susan

 

 


 

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