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Cynthia Cruz
Language—silence and its shattered iterations.

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Four Way Books

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Laura Kolbe
She thinks in a smaller hospital She would remember each face...

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University of Pittsburgh Press

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George Kalogeris
I boarded the Blue Line at Aquarium station. The only empty seat was the one by that young, Head back, eyes closed, exhausted-looking father

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Harvard Review

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Kemi Alabi
She says New England hoards college girls like cherries in its cheek, tongue-tying legs to knots, making party tricks out of people.

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Graywolf

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Les Murray
Caught a weebill in my car grille, bird twice the weight of a hefty beetle. Only heard it when I left the bush.

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Maricela  Guerrero (translated from the Spanish by Robin Myers)

It’s about communication: keennesses of ingeniousness and darkness and volatility and light: transformation producing sugars without contaminants or aftertastes.

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Cardboard House Press

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Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué
Juggling passwords between our mouths, I connect to the men of American cities.

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Nightboat Books

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Leslie Harrison
& everything increases the wars the numbers the cities & doors admit people into houses...

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Michigan Quarterly Review

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Stephanie Niu
In the dream there is a whale shark. I hold her fin, and we quietly agree where to go.

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Diode Editions

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