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Following Sea by Lauren Carter

Following Sea by Lauren Carter

Following Sea, the title of Lauren Carter’s 2019 poetry collection, is a nautical term that means a boat is moving in the same direction as the waves. But it also describes a sea pushing from behind, a sea that can cause a vessel to swamp or plow under the wave just...

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World Poetry Day: Duncan Mercredi

World Poetry Day: Duncan Mercredi

We've got a selection of poems by Duncan Mercredi (featured in our winter 2021-22 issue) in their entirety to celebrate World Poetry Day! Our thanks to Duncan for letting us post these and to Pierrette Boily of Pierrette Boily Photographie for allowing us to use these...

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Field Requiem by Sheri Benning

Field Requiem by Sheri Benning

Sheri Benning’s fourth book of poems, Field Requiem, takes its title and structure from the Latin Requiem Mass that is offered as a eulogy to the dead. The collection is divided into five sections and witnesses the social and ecological impact that the agro-industry...

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Emailed Submissions OPEN until May 31st, 2022!

Emailed Submissions OPEN until May 31st, 2022!

Good news! We're accepting emailed submissions from now until May 31st, 2022! General Submission Guidelines The Cover Letter Be sure to include the following: a two- or three-sentence biographical statement, preferably in the third person. If using first person,...

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Girl running by Diana Hope Tegenkamp

Girl running by Diana Hope Tegenkamp

Diana Hope Tegenkamp’s debut book of poetry, Girl running, is a fascinating collection filled with vivid language and startling images that invites us to reflect on sudden disappearances, tender daily connections and spectral appearances which haunt and reveal. The...

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