New Work from Recent Graduates
Tim Florence: Guru Love
Michael Pickard: Three Poems
Jennifer Stroup: Gentlemen and Rogues
Jacob Drew: Short-short
FACULTY: LESLIE EPSTEIN
Three thousand years ago the queen of Sheba, having heard of the wisdom of Solomon, traveled to Jerusalem in a caravan laden with spices and gold and gemstones. more…
FICTION: LUKE SALISBURY
He was on crutches when she met him on the beach in Daytona. He played volleyball leaning on one crutch, and swatted vigorously with his free hand. Sometimes he was the only man in the game….
POETRY: JILL McDONOUGH
Three sonnets on the history of capital punishment in America…
A boatswain on an English slaver, he threw
his masters overboard, was caught within
the week. In prison, he refused all food…
PLAY: RONAN NOONE
I lovf Amereka. I do. I lovf Amereka. I live here ten years now and everything is here. I take the lessons to drive and I get my license here….
FICTION: ANTHONY WALLACE
Couples do different things when they’re about to break up. Charlie and I fly to New Mexico. We spend the afternoon in the lounge of the Albuquerque Hilton, drinking margaritas….
POETRY: MICHAEL LEVINE
The horn kept her up, she said,
“Hooting,” like it was whoring,
But I was fingering magic. The notes…
POETRY: MIRIAM SAGAN
Ordinary day—the news is bad, the weather
Fine for January.
Emptying the compost…
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