Poetry: Quiver by Luke Johnson
In “Quiver,” the speaker nurses and educates his son on the dangers of hot and cold; on the difference between patience and impulse.
Luke Johnson lives on the California coast with his wife and three kids. His manuscript in progress was recently listed as a Finalist for the Levis First Book Prize through Four Way Press and the Vassar Miller Award. His poems can be found in Kenyon Review, Cortland Review, Narrative Magazine, The Florida Review, Nimrod, Radar and elsewhere. Connect with him on Twitter at @Lukesrant.