Jesse De Angelis: Poem for Earth

We’re spitting a little blood this week, reader, all of us, and perhaps we need to check in again with our surroundings. We’re glad we could share Jesse De Angelis’s “Poem for Earth“:

This poem originally appeared in SC 5.2. It’s printed here and downloadable too; more like this and unlike this with a subscription. Read on!

Joel Allegretti: For Those Who Seek a Blank Canvas

Push back against the many marks on and by us, reader, and take a little space for yourself. Here’s Joel Allegretti’s “For Those Who Seek a Blank Canvas”:

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Thea Swanson: Home Kids

Fret not, Reader, here is the cooling salt of “Home Kids,” Thea Swanson’s flash about the slurping swallow of a crowded market… maybe:

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Dan Nielsen: Can a Weighty Idea Be Uplifting?

Today we’ve hoisted from the archive this very short, very heady play from Dan Nielsen [>>] and, well, check it out:

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Marc Harshman: Holding On; Seascape in Kansas

The thundering season, Dear Reader, passes toward and through us even now, and so then here: Marc Harshman’s two sun-burned prose poems “Holding On” and “Seascape in Kansas.”

These poems originally appeared in SC 5.1. Get yours here, download the issue, and of course subscribe, subscribe, subscribe for more in your mail-/in-box. Read on!