Baltimore native Jeffrey Park currently lives in Goettingen, Germany, where he teaches General English and Scientific English at the Georg-August-Univeritaet. Links to all of his published work can be found at http://www.scribbles-and-dribbles.com. He has been previously featured in In Parentheses. BITS & PIECES They haunt me in absentia: wisdom teeth, appendix, tonsils, plantar warts, foreskin, … Continue reading Five Poems by Jeffrey Park
Phoebe Bain majored in English at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. The natives of Madagascar believe that anyone born in November during the rainy season is doomed to a life of sorrow. Maybe that explains why your dad tried to kill himself two years ago, or why you keep the letters, … Continue reading Kayla – Prose by P. Bain
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Poems by Samuel Mesiti Author's Note: I have been a student of poetry for several years and also fortunate enough to both learn and participate in this creative process with Rich Murphy. Some of the writers I follow include A.R. Ammons, Charles Simic, Rita Dove and James Tate. I appreciate the opportunity to share my work … Continue reading An Urban Landscape & other poems by S. Mesiti
Matti Bowen is a graduate of Binghamton University, where she studied English and Cinema. A self confessed Knowledge Omnivore, she revels in the richness of human expression found in everything from blog culture, to science fiction, to home improvement television and Melville. She currently lives in the north Hudson Valley with her dog and far … Continue reading Poetry submission: 3:44 by M. Bowen
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Curtis Emery is a recent finalist for the Marjorie Sparrow poetry award, garnishing critical assessment from poets such as Brian Turner. Obsessed with the natural world and mysticism of existence, Curtis aims to continue a dialogue with the ever present challenge of poetry: to sketch the abstraction of the self. Spring Procession I came across … Continue reading Spring Procession – Curtis Emery