Prose Poetry

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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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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Dear Harryette Mullen

Nov 07, 2016

Open Letter by Carol Dorf

Readers and writers can talk to each other across times and cultures.

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The Grimm Forest Open-Air Museum

Oct 17, 2016

Hybrid Poetry by Sarah Ann Winn

Snow White, anemic: Should have eaten more red meat.

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O Reason Not

Oct 17, 2016

Hybrid Poetry by Robert Perchan

Fat content of dreams. Calories in a carnal fantasy.

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Some Failed Nocturnes for Sylvia Plath

Sep 12, 2016

Hybrid Poetry by Marie Chambers

Verbs begin to spiral from her mouth and coil outward into the sky.

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Marion Deutsche Cohen: Poem

May 23, 2016

TW Poetry Spotlight

Bruce is reading Wuthering Heights, I’m curling up with Numerical Semigroups.

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Nicole Callihan: Prose Poem

Apr 15, 2015

TW Poetry Spotlight

This is not a story in your mind. You were really that girl. She was already you.

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Autumn Stephens: Prose Poems

Feb 04, 2015

TW Featured Poet

Oh, but she did not love Bees. She felt no desire for honey.

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