Issue #26 August 2013

  • Manet’s Asparagus

    Naked as an
  • Wilderness

    The mind is a wilderness like Bartram’s, razed, cemented over, marked by rows
  • Breakfast, the most important poem

    So far, pockets are good
  • Bear and the Crows

    So many in the winter trees they caw
  • God’s Man

    When I was twelve I found it
  • The Summer House

    I let the envelope fall to the floor unopened,
  • Poet’s Walk, Central Park Mall

    Shakespeare, Robert Burns, and Fitz-Greene Halleck
  • Charcuterie

    She penciled fanciful animals
  • Arf

    At the stoplight in Dogleg children swept metal
  • It Was A 3.8

    My mother said go get me a plum.
  • Vortex Street

    I tied my hands behind me so I won’t hurt you.
  • Denise Duhamel and Maureen Seaton: A POEM CYCLE

    By way of introduction to this month’s collaborative “Featured Selection,” first a brief introductory essay by the poets themselves, followed…

    Featured Selection