Tyler Clark: July, December

Where’s it winter, and where summer, dear Reader? Let’s have a listen to Tyler Clark on the matter, in “July, December.”

This poem originally appeared in Storm Cellar 6.3, available in print and ebook formats in our store. Read on!

William Stratton: Our Speckled Sides

Here we autumn, Reader, and it’s looking like rain or perhaps sun in the far distance, it’s wet whatever it is, it’s William Stratton’s “Our Speckled Sides.”

This poem originally appeared in Storm Cellar 6.3, available in our storeRead on!

Marilyn Cavicchia: I Can’t Find Jolly Ranchers Anywhere in Australia

Fall’s in her full glory all across the hemisphere, and so here of course an antipode to pumpkin spice flavor, here’s Marilyn Cavicchia’s “I Can’t Find Jolly Ranchers Anywhere in Australia.”

This poem originally appeared in Storm Cellar 6.3, available in our storeRead on!

Claire Castaneda: femscientist.c

Today’s share is a simple and common experience in a simple and common language, perfectly shaped: Claire Castaneda’s “femscientist.c.”

This poem originally appeared in Storm Cellar 6.3, available as an ebook in our store (print sold out).

Audrey Glass: Pretty Girl

The sweet shop and the corner drug store are one, and this tells us something we didn’t perhaps want to consciously know, Readers, and to honor this uncomfortable revelation, here’s Audrey Glass’s “Pretty Girl“:

This poem originally appeared in SC 6.2, available in print and ebook formats. Read on!