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Manhattan, My Ass, You're in Oakland

Feb 22, 2017

Two Poems by Judy Juanita

Do the dead Chumash own Santa Barbara or do Oprah and Jeff Bridges?

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We Could Be Cyborgs

Feb 06, 2017

Two Poems by Lesley Wheeler

Natural, at this age, to decay and disjoint—to seek chemical solder and replacement parts.

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My Place in Line

Feb 06, 2017

Poem by Lucy M. Logsdon

The dying have more important things to attend to: like dying.

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Self-Portrait at Five

Feb 06, 2017

Three Poems by Louisa Howerow

What stays. Stone barracks, a garret room, a too-high window.

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The Future Labors Over Her CV

Feb 06, 2017

Poem by Carol Dorf and Autumn Stephens

Like a rich woman in furs, she warms her hide with soft targets.

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Grace Marie Grafton: Poem

Dec 12, 2016

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Mother be forgotten, buffalo meat cut to strips to dry. The sun.

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Moving Through a Country Is Never Done Quickly

Dec 12, 2016

Hybrid Poetry by Sue Landers

the priests—told the neighbors not—to sell their houses—told the white neighbors—not to sell their houses to black people—that to do so would be a beginning of an end

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Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad: Two Poems

Nov 21, 2016

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Climb until every pixel
 of the sky’s bloom falls directly into your view.

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Living Together

Nov 21, 2016

Hybrid Poetry by Marian Kaplun Shapiro

Come home early, don’t (whatever), drive carefully, keep well, see you at Thanksgiving.

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All We Don’t Know

Nov 21, 2016

Hybrid Poetry by H. K. Hummel

When I close my eyes, I see neon. I’m told the baby is stoic.

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