Selected Poems - Emelia Reuterfors

"...saw the pause / in his cornea, / to distribute the right fact / to your audience. you breathe / through, spindle / the throat’s wire, / release the tongue spark."

A Classical Triptych - Robert West

Robert West's poems have most recently appeared in Alabama Literary Review, Light, Lighten Up Online, Still, and Snakeskin; his chapbook Convalescent appeared from Finishing Line Press in 2011.

Antinomian - Joseph Harms

"He washed his windows often, liked them fogged: / how analgeses anaphyl and lust- / rums will nychthem; sodality’s enjoin- / ment reified each day, too aporets..."

Be Eye No See - D.J. Parris

"Yesh flesh formsh wordsh cept / wordsh fit flesh back. Clay / telling hands how smooth / till the vessel takes shape. / Barely hold a holding thing. / Brought n left by some..."