Issue #56 March 2016

  • Editor’s Note

    Readers: Welcome to Plume Issue # 56 –       March: And I think of my brother, whose birthday…

    Editors Note
  • Somewhere in Eastern Europe

    It was the year the townsfolk
  • To a Man in Rags Holding Out a Cup | A 100-year-old Man Asks Me to Write about Something

    I don’t have much

    Sweet ephebe, dear good friend,
  • The Way Forward | Fountainebleau

    Swordplay is all
  • Bird of Paradise

    The songs of the mariachi in the park
  • The Fourth Walk

    Among the ruined are the ruins. Rules even skies can wreck in shreds,
  • Ars Poetica

    Sometimes I feel
  • Just Before Sunset in December

    It must have something to do with the angle of the earth
  • Before | Ode to Late Autumn, Auvillar

    The American poet died of head trauma
  • The Fruit Bat of Taxidermy

    Whoever the taxidermist was,
  • With My Senses in Ruins | Scavenge and Transform

    Here’s a recipe for seeing: sleep

    Probes on TV tell the tale of their
  • Robert Atler, Editor: The Poetry of Yehuda Amichai

    When Yehuda Amichai died in 2000, the international literary community mourned the passing of Israel’s greatest post-war poet. For those…

    Book Review
  • Cynthia Cruz: “Duras, the Mystic”

      NM:    Hi Cindy. I don’t want to spoil our readers’ pleasure in your graceful and convincing argument that Marguerite…

    Featured Selection