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. …
Epiphany by Emily Nakamura
Book Review No. 5 - No Moon by Julie Reverb. Book Review by Sam Slaughter.
K.T. Billey - Conversation No. 17 "Writing is a way to call out misogyny and rape culture, but also to outline better. To describe the future, the adults we want to be and the world we want to live in."
Thanks to David S. Atkinson, Gulnaz Saiyed, Bill Yarrow, Thom Young, Paul Beckman, Alex M. Pruteanu, Kathryn Kulpa, Hillary Leftwich, Thaddeus Rutkowski, Lillian Slugocki, Gay Degani, Michael Gillan Maxwell, A.E. Weisgerber, and Jan Elman Stout for sharing links to their …
The Fall by Morgan Downie
100 Monkeys 100 Typewriters by Steve Vermillion
Ciruelero Summer by Jim Estrada
Crows and Trains by Eileen Malone
Field Lust by Kelly Coughlin
If you missed us at AWP 2016 in Los Angeles, don't fret. Here's a link to the print journal we created exclusively for the conference. Special thanks to our contributors: Jamila-Khanom Allidina, Jules Archer, Rachel Ronquillo Gray, Dani Purcell, Thaddeus …
Assignment with Faustus by Susan Tepper