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Two New Poems by Jeffrey Levine

À Propos Ravens The Flying Raven, Édouard Manet, Ex Libris for The Raven (Le Corbeau) by Edgar Allan Poe, French Edition, Trans. Stéphane Mallarmé, (1875) You take the folding chair outdoors facing the ocean.  Pencils. The book. The papers.  There will be further postponements.  The calling and quothing of ravens makes it impossible to hear …

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Dana Roeser

Dana Roeser’s fourth book, All Transparent Things Need Thundershirts, won the Wilder Prize at Two Sylvias Press and was published in September 2019. She is also the author of The Theme of Tonight’s Party Has Been Changed, recipient of the Juniper Prize, as well as Beautiful Motion and In the Truth Room, both winners of …

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Three Poems by Emilia Phillips

CREATION MYTH CREATION MYTH     In the beginning there was no way to say in the beginning.There was only the ah! of those with lice and itches who were happystartled by the seemingly miraculous growth of their fingernails, underscored in dirt. In the beginning could only be mortared together by someone who had felt …

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3 Poems from Brandon Courtney

from KEEL II. The past survives inside my mind: somehow they are still alive: all their bodies side-by-side surface, blister sea to breathe azure. Above, below, above their eyes sunk below the gulf, labia sunrise knives, refracts and yaws, which warps the tongue-reed and water-mouthed. Salt and dulse drapes like hoarfrost from their ghosts. Crowned …

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