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“Micha-el” by Jane Greer

By On May 26, 2020

Jane Greer is the author of Love like a Conflagration (Lambing Press, 2020). She founded and edited Plains Poetry Journal (1981-1993), a literary magazine that was an advance guard of the New… Read More

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“Like Father” by Rory Waterman

By On May 17, 2020

Rory Waterman was born in Ireland in 1981, and lives in Nottingham, England, where he works at Nottingham Trent University. His first collection of poetry, Tonight the Summer's Over (Carcanet, 2013), was… Read More

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“The Basilisk” by Rick Mullin

By On May 15, 2020

Rick Mullin’s poetry has appeared in various journals and anthologies, including The Dark Horse, American Arts Quarterly, The New Criterion, Measure, and Rabbit Ears: TV Poems. His books include Soutine (Dos Madres… Read More

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“Ship Bottom, 1972” by Ernest Hilbert

By On May 10, 2020

"'Ship Bottom, 1972'—an even more personal poem, about his mother—is a great example of how music can evoke emotion: in this case, a devastating sense of longing. 'Ship Bottom, 1972' is in… Read More

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“The Consummate Hour” by Lynn Levin

By On May 4, 2020

Lynn Levin's most recent poetry collection, The Minor Virtues, islisted as one of Spring 2020’s best books by The Philadelphia Inquirer. Her previous collections include Miss Plastique, Fair Creatures of an… Read More

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“Letter From Oblivion” by Eric Norris

By On April 24, 2020

Eric Norris’ poems have appeared in, around, and at Impossible Archetype, Soft Blow, Assaracus, The Raintown Review, Ambit, E-Verse Radio, and many other fine journals. He lives in Portland, Oregon, USA.… Read More

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“Rock Zealots in my Religion Class” by Joseph Chelius

By On April 17, 2020

Joseph Chelius works as an editorial director for a health care communications agency in the suburbs of Philadelphia. His work has appeared in Commonweal, Christianity & Literature, Poetry East, Poet Lore,… Read More

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“A Failed Georgic” by Jenna Le

By On April 8, 2020

Jenna Le is the author of A History of the Cetacean American Diaspora (Indolent Books, 2018), which won 2nd Place in the Elgin Awards. and Six Rivers (NYQ Books, 2011). She was… Read More

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“Simile Illogic” by Jesse Waters

By On April 7, 2020

A winner of the River Styx International Poetry Contest, runner-up for the Iowa Review Fiction Prize and Finalist in The Starcherone Prize, the DIAGRAM Innovative Fiction Prize and the Paul Bowles Fiction… Read More

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“Snout to Tail” by Robert Donohue

By On April 1, 2020

Robert Donohue's poetry has appeared in Measure, The Raintown Review and Better Than Starbucks, among others, The Red Harlem Readers gave his verse play, In One Piece (about Vincent Van Gogh),… Read More

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“Achilles Recounts the Sacrifice of Iphigenia” by Louisa Schnaithmann

By On March 25, 2020

Louisa Schnaithmann is a poet living in the greater Philadelphia area. Her work has been published in Menacing Hedge, Projector Magazine, Rogue Agent, and Voicemail Poems. Her poem “On the Problem of… Read More

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“Fixing Broken Things” by Lynn Levin

By On March 24, 2020

Lynn Levin's most recent poetry collection, The Minor Virtues, is listed as one of Spring 2020’s best books by The Philadelphia Inquirer. Her previous collections include Miss Plastique, Fair Creatures of… Read More

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E-Verse Equinox Reading Series Relaunch Success!

By On March 13, 2020

Thanks to everyone who came out to Fergie's Pub to make the debut of E-Verse Equinox Reading Series 2.0 such a powerful success. We had a full room, around 30 people, which… Read More

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“Halloween” by Chad Abushanab

By On October 18, 2019

Chad Abushanab is the author of The Last Visit (Autumn House Press 2019), which won the Donald Justice Poetry Prize. He is a PhD candidate in Literature and Creative Writing at Texas… Read More

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“Man on the Moon” by Stephen Edgar

By On April 3, 2019

Stephen Edgar is an Australian poet, editor, and indexer. He is the author of eleven books of poetry, including History of the Day (2009); The Red Sea: New & Selected Poems (2012);… Read More

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“Spring” by Edna St. Vincent Millay

By On April 1, 2019

"America has two great attractions: the skyscraper and the poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay." - Thomas Hardy … Read More

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“I Am Waiting” by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

By On March 24, 2019

Happy 100th birthday to Lawrence Ferlinghetti! Ferlinghetti is best known as the author of the 1958 poetry collection A Coney Island of the Mind, which has sold over a million copies, and… Read More

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“Chosen by the Lion” by Linda Gregg

By On March 20, 2019

Linda Gregg passed away on March 19, 2019. She was the author of several books of poetry, including Too Bright to See (Graywolf Press, 1981), Alma (Random House, 1985), Things and Flesh (Graywolf… Read More

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“Donal Óg” by Lady Augusta Gregory

By On March 17, 2019

Read an anonymous eighth-century Irish poem translated into English and watch a clip of Sean McClory reciting the poem from John Huston's 1987 film The Dead. … Read More

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“For a Coming Extinction” by W.S. Merwin

By On March 15, 2019

W.S. Merwin, who passed away at his home in Hawaii on March 15, 2019, was one of the most highly regarded poets in the United States. In his long career, he published… Read More

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“Reading James Baldwin on My Lunch Hour” by Brooke Palma

By On February 27, 2019

Brooke Palma grew up in Philadelphia and currently lives in West Chester, Pennsylvania. An office manager by day and poet by night, she has been published in The Mad Poets’ Review,… Read More

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“A Butt” by Adam Crothers

By On February 25, 2019

Adam Crothers was born in Belfast in 1984, and works in a library in Cambridge. His first collection of poems, Several Deer (Carcanet, 2016), won the 2017 Shine/Strong Poetry Award and the… Read More

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“Colossus, also called The Upside (Manic Phase)” by Rick Mullin

By On February 20, 2019

Heart like a bee hive, mind like a Kasai pagoda, I am Theodore Roosevelt in a Marcus Aurelius onesie, built for the long game, coming any minute over a hill near you.… Read More

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“A Flock Made Flesh” by Daniel Klawitter

By On February 12, 2019

Among other things, Daniel Klawitter has been an actor, a labor rights activist, the lead singer/lyricist for the Indie rock band Mining for Rain, and a poetry book reviewer for NewPages.com. His… Read More

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“University Hospital, Boston” by Mary Oliver

By On January 17, 2019

"Mary Oliver's poetry is fine and deep; it reads like a blessing. Her special gift is to connect us with our sources in the natural world, its beauties and terrors and mysteries… Read More

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“Youth Becoming” by Terese Coe

By On January 14, 2019

Terese Coe’s poems and translations have appeared in Agenda, Alaska Quarterly Review, The Cincinnati Review, Hopkins Review, The Moth, New American Writing, Ploughshares, Poetry, Poetry Review, The Stinging Fly, Threepenny Review, and… Read More

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“In Thankful Remembrance for My Dear Husband’s Safe Arrival Sept 3, 1662” by Anne Bradstreet

By On November 22, 2018

"Anne Bradstreet was the first non-didactic American poet, the first to give an embodiment to American nature, the first in whom personal intention appears to precede Puritan dogma as an impulse to… Read More

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“Homeland Security” by Brian Brodeur

By On November 14, 2018

Brian Brodeur is the author of the poetry collections Self-Portrait with Alternative Facts (2019), Natural Causes (2012) and Other Latitudes (2008), as well as the poetry chapbooks Local Fauna (2015) and So… Read More

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“One Day This Year” by Anton Yakovlev

By On November 8, 2018

Anton Yakovlev’s latest chapbook Chronos Dines Alone, winner of the 2018 James Tate Poetry Prize, is available for pre-order at http://www.survisionmagazine.com/books.htm. He is the author of Ordinary Impalers (Kelsay Books, 2017) and… Read More

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“Frogs in Texas” by Daniel Klawitter

By On October 3, 2018

Among other things, Daniel Klawitter has been an actor, a labor rights activist, the lead singer/lyricist for the Indie rock band Mining for Rain, and a poetry book reviewer for NewPages.com. His… Read More