Poetry: Swallow by Lynn Wang

Lynn Wang’s new poem menaces your faith, your homebound security—”Swallow” is a tight work of sincere doubt, angling in its accusations and tight little lines for some fair and true sense of “inviolability.”   SWALLOW It is not the prey…

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Poet in the Mirror: Todd Dillard

We’re so proud to share some insight into the lives and hearts of today’s poets with our Poet In The Mirror series. This week, Todd Dillard—author of the new Ways We Vanish (from Okay Donkey Mag)—shares the joy of being…

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Poetry: Twenty One by Jazelle Jajeh

“Twenty One” by Jazelle Jajeh is a rich, associative exploration of self—of mirrors reaching into the “corridor of me.” The prose poem form holds so well the desire, the obsession, as each rubber-banding leap of conscious loops across the right…

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