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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JEN LAMBERT

DINNER FOR THE DYING By Jen Lambert When the boy comes inside with blood on his ripe hands and a quiver of pointed explanations on his back, I’m chopping yellow onions. When he says it’s a doe, that she lies … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: HEMISPHERE

From HEMISPHERE By Ellen Hagan: RIVER. WOMAN. I. Downriver is always long & always flailing, finding where our lives begin, intersect?  You, your bones the humped slope of nose browned skin of home. You, sand. You, ocean. You, bending & … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: RICHARD D’ABATE

By Richard D’Abate: THE SADNESS OF YOUNG MOTHERS Because we’re at the beach today our sadness knows itself, Between the sinking sand and slowly measured falling waves. Not long ago time was arrow-tipped and ravenous. It found its mark before … Continue reading

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Snakelocks und die “Sex-Granny”

What’s in a name? Evidently quite a lot if current marketing trends are indicative of success. Some names are labored over others just slip out intuitively. Jack Dorsey, who thought up Twitter now brings us Square – the innovation that … Continue reading

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Unworkable

Unworkable I should be more excited about the prospect of gainful employment, I realize this. After benefiting from Obama’s  unemployment extension I should be refreshed and ready to rejoin the workforce. Frankly I feel like I never left it: the … Continue reading

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