Month: January 2020

J.D. Hosemann ~ Equipment

Shiny things hung from the young man’s beltloops, most noticeably a silver tape measure, which he stretched between my doorways. I love these country homes, [...]

Karen Craigo ~ Four Poems

Dandelion Every year about this time I thumb through a Rolodex of names—my names, all the possible ones, everything I’ve heard whispered or [...]

Gary Percesepe ~ Where We Are Now

Daniel Berrigan tells a story about a conqueror who comes into our city. He is a huge, superhuman figure, and is preceded by rumors of invincibility. He has [...]