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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: TONY HOAGLAND

THE COMPLEX SENTENCE By Tony Hoagland The kind Italian driver of the bus to Rome invited her to his house—she was obviously hungry—and gave her sandwiches and raped her. All those years ago—she smiles while telling it—contemptuous, somehow of her … Continue reading

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FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: TONY HOAGLAND

JET by Tony Hoagland Sometimes I wish I were still out on the back porch, drinking jet fuel with the boys, getting louder and louder as the empty cans drop out of our paws like booster rockets falling back to … Continue reading

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