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Garrett Rowlan

Coyote The coyote hunkered under streetlight. Skinny and feral, lean in pure purpose, sinewy, it looked back at Donald and then trotted off toward skyscrapers, lifted…

Mehnaz Sahibzada

Red Moon On my evening walk, I am the girl with two heads — a schizoid startled by strangers. My heart leaps like a fish. A…

Sarah Blake

Snow White’s Dreaming More than seven men tend to me. More than animals come to sing. More than a witch brings me apples to eat —…

Martha Silano

Freshwater Mussels of the Upper Midwest Heelsplitter, Pigtoe, Higgins Eye: the names say almost as much about the namers as these creatures clinging to pilings. Little…

Angie Vorhies

For Us, The Trees if you seize the trees that grow the children that climb the trees of mourning trees that dove their tales to grim…