Fall 2020

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He Snatches the Hand Before You Can Take It

by Mónica García Mónica García is a poet from Kankakee, IL. They hold a degree in Creative Writing from Northwestern University and is currently pursuing their MFA at Arizona State University. Their work has appeared in The Acentos Review, Helicon Literary & Arts Magazine, Polemix Magazine, and elsewhere. In their free time, they draw comic-poemsContinue reading “He Snatches the Hand Before You Can Take It”

The Days Seem Longer When In the Morning There Is Rain

by Kelly Jones VOICEMAIL POEMS · "The Days Seem Longer When In The Morning There Is Rain" by Kelly Jones that breaks into a humid grey afternoon and the herbsperched on the back stoop in colorful pots drown in pools of water that I pour outonto the rosemary bush in hopes of saving them andContinue reading “The Days Seem Longer When In the Morning There Is Rain”


VOICEMAIL POEMS · "A WET CRIMSON BUSHEL OF PEARS" by Marylyn Tan stay me with flagons, comfort me with apples:for I am sick of love.—Song of Solomon, 2:5 KJV perhaps scatter the scarred breadcrumbs    far and fewbetween and        the trail will seem shorter        every dayis a desert    waylaid in    the backContinue reading “A WET CRIMSON BUSHEL OF PEARS”