Poetry

A Poem by Tammy Perlmutter

A Poem by Tammy Perlmutter

by: Tammy Perlmutter Tammy Perlmutter’s poem is a harrowing account of a young woman’s rejection of a damaged life and culture for an uncertain, but…

Three Poems by Alan Feldman

Three Poems by Alan Feldman

by: Alan Feldman In these poems Alan Feldman uses the subtle music of plainspoken American English to reveal and celebrate the all too often hidden…

Two Poems by Jack Tricarico

“[The] street is on roller skates” warns Jack Tricarico in poetry that psychedelically captures the rich overflow of language and image in the perpetual motion…

Two Poems by Evan Link

Two Poems by Evan Link

by: Evan Link In “Gosh” Evan Link asks “Is it impolite to put /off joy?” The correct answer is yes, it is. So don’t put…

Two Poems by Norman Fischer

Two Poems by Norman Fischer

by: Norman Fischer Norman Fischer’s poetry is like a dream about how one’s own mind is dreaming. It urges us to see and explore the…

Two Poems by Kip Zegers

Two Poems by Kip Zegers

by: Kip Zegers Kip Zegers’ poetry finds a deep and abiding music in the multi-layered experience of the everyday. He honors the moment by memorializing…

Two Poems by Tom Montag

Tom Montag’s poems confront life’s inherent limitations unflinchingly. And even when such acknowledgement doesn’t bring wisdom or solace to the speaker, it can at least…

Two Poems by Ben Ditmars

Two Poems by Ben Ditmars

by: Ben Ditmars1 Ben Ditmars’ short poems belie a depth of experience and a density of vision. Like riddles used to break an awkward silence,…

4 Prose Poems by Paul Maziar

4 Prose Poems by Paul Maziar

by: Paul Maziar As perception plays tag with rumination and we find ourselves uncomfortably poised somewhere in the middle of that feedback loop, Paul Maziar’s…

Three Poems by David Perry

Three Poems by David Perry

by: David Perry (Header art by Monika Lin) David Perry is our charming guide to and through our current shared and fractured moment. Disjunctive and…