Forgetting My Journal by Alexander P. Garza I did the worst thing a writer could do: Forgot to pack my journal in my bag, My book of incantations across town, I’m forced to interact, to be present. It means I have no escape, no recuse, Demeanor resembling some sense of truth, Offering a handshake, a […]
Poems about Poetry
This is a box in a shoe.
Foot jutting from heel,
bones streamlining skin.
Just The Once by Russ Harrison Our sad, sick prose Tragic in its transient beauty like glass in the moment between one and shattering Sparkling shards moving from the magical physics expressed to the mundane aftermath. We were like that once, just the once. For a moment in time as the word was made flesh […]
Publications include The Hermits of Dingle (FutureCycle Press, 2013), and a collection coming out this year, Children’s Drawings of the Universe (Salmon Poetry, 2014). I’ve published poetry
B-Movie Dream by Tim Dyson The b-movie dream black and white, full of fog and thick smoke the color crumby ties and cheap suits Those lugs from the tenth ward won’t make a mug outta me, you wait and see, someday, I run this town And that blond dame singer at the old Parrot […]