WHY I CAN’T HATE YOU EVEN THOUGH I’VE BEEN TRYING by Paige Leland
ON SECOND THOUGHT by Daniel Palevsky
Two Poems: THEN THERE IS YOU and THE EXIT DOOR BEHIND THE BATHROOM by Sergio A. Ortiz. Art by C. O'Connor.
ERRANDS WITH MOM by Heidi Baker. Art by Summer J. Hart.
COYOLXAUHQUI DA LUZ A ADÁN by Antonio Lopez
PARTISAN POLITICS by Mark Schmidt
the wounds of clouds by Linda M. Crate
PICTURES AT THE CENTURY BAR by Michael Salcman
BURNOUTS by Christina Kallery
Butter by Kristin Garth
One Thing In One World by Billy Malanga
In The Gorge by Nikol Roubidoux
2016 Editor's Choice: Eileen Malone (fiction) and Lynne McEniry (poetry).
slaughter by Ann Davenport
Dried Up Things by Lynne McEniry
Abortion Clinic, West Texas by Bruce Lowry
Avoiding Mile 16 and Trickle Effect by L.B. Sedlacek
Blood is Salty by Cara Armstrong. Photo by Michael Gillan Maxwell.
The First Time A Woman Kissed Me by Sosha Pinson
In The Suburbs of Wilkes Barre by Gabriel Ricard
What They Do for a Living by Mary Brancaccio. Photos by Amy Kotthaus.
Thank you, Roberto for your wisdom. For this edition of poetry at Digging, we selected the work of eight poets who are carrying the torch Seamus left behind. We hope you will enjoy these poems as much as we did. …
Two Poems: Vigilante, On Crying in Public by Rachel Ronquillo Gray
Funeral Pyre by Aaron Graham
CAFE CAIRO, TRINITY CITY HOTEL by Gary Singh
Poetry by Kaitlyn Russo
Whimper by Scott Thomas Outlar
the paperboy, killing time, peanut butter by John Grochalski
Arctic Displacement by Lisa Zou
Rules to Love By by Chris Campanioni
Viral by Alejandro Escudé
Doorways by Jamila-Khanom Allidina
Thank you, Michelle for your wisdom, insight, and generosity! As always, after reading the work of so many artists, I feel humbled. And grateful. A call for submissions is a call to action. To all the poets who put themselves …