Poetry No. 29 – Two Poems: THEN THERE IS YOU and THE EXIT DOOR BEHIND THE BATHROOM by Sergio A. Ortiz. Art by C. O’Connor.
Poetry No. 28 – ERRANDS WITH MOM by Heidi Baker. Art by Summer J. Hart.
Poetry No. 27 – COYOLXAUHQUI DA LUZ A ADÁN by Antonio Lopez
Poetry No. 26 – PARTISAN POLITICS by Mark Schmidt
Poetry No. 25 – WHEN THE PILLS STOP WORKING by Domenic Scopa
Poetry No. 24 – the wounds of clouds by Linda M. Crate
Poetry No. 23 – PICTURES AT THE CENTURY BAR by Michael Salcman
BURNOUTS by Christina Kallery
You’d see them rolling joints in class, textbook propped
to hide the task, feathered hair fringing their eyes,
a starter mustache shadowing their upper lips.
BUTTER by Kristin Garth On set, they’d had the baguette which, of course, necessitated butter. Golden foil, a stick, the men, the two of them, endorse with just their eyes. […]
As the Traveling Poet / Como el poeta viajero Book Review by Ernesto L. Abeytia Poet in Andalucía by Nathalie Handal Pitt Poetry Series University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012 144 […]