Vanessa Couto Johnson: four poems

From the not-so-lang-syne times of SC 3.2, we’re happy to reproduce these well-wired negatives and abstracts of life incidents, four poems by Vanessa Couto Johnson: “en(try),” “k(itch)en,” “(sw)um,” and “anon.”

Vanessa Couto Johnson - four poems [sample-2]



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NEW Poem by Rachael Peckham: Life Flight

Prose poem to the rescue! Prose poem to the rescue! Lift your swerving head for Rachael Peckham’s contribution to SC 4.2, “Life Flight“:

Rachael Peckham - Life Flight [sample]

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NEW Poem by Carlton D. Fisher: M Explains How to Become Invisible

Is the crowd overwhelming, and everywhere a crowd? From our newest issue, we share this famous reply by Carlton D. Fisher, “M Explains How to Become Invisible.”

Carlton D Fisher - M Explains How to Become Invisible [sample]

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Check It: Bookfair #AWP15

Storm Cellar folks and stuff at Table 1025, right in the middle of things, thanks to the kindness of The Laurel Review.





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NEW poems by John Gallaher

Issue 4/2 rolls on, y’all. A given: a choice. There is a landscape and in that landscape a brain. We’re delighted to fold back the meniscus of these gyri, courtesy John Gallaher: “Sadness is the Correct Emotion” & “However Bad You Had It We Had It Worse.”

John Gallaher - two poems [sample2]

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