The fire swayed and dodged the men.
When they smacked at the fire, it jumped.

Michael Chitwood, "The Elements Will Have Their Way" from Issue 8

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Spring #27

Feature: The Technology of Poetry

FICTION

Liz Breazeale
Squids

Erica S. Arkin
The Tour

Abbie Horowitz
The Problems of the Wild

Yxta Maya Murray
Miss USA 2015

NONFICTION

Jerald Walker
Smoke

Jamie Danielle Logan
Guts

POETRY

Theresa Burns
Someone Threw Down a Wildflower Garden in an Empty Lot in Newark

Jessica Pierce
I propose we worship the mud dauber

Hannah Marshall
This Is a Love Poem to Trees

Mark Anthony Burke
How I've Wanted You

Chris Greenhalgh
Wants

Dan Albergotti
Final Visitation

Connie Zumpf
Watching for You

Justin Danzy
Run in such a way that you will obtain it

Allison Elliott
Interrogation Scene

Emily Alexander
What I Meant to Say

David J. Bauman
How It Ought to Be

Edison Dupree
St. Cuthman of Steyning

John Moessner
Stolen Hard Drive

Daryl Jones
No, Nothing

Erin Malone
Suite Ending with the Middle School Symphony Orchestra

Kelly Michels
Learning

John Bargowski
The Pasture Ponds

Tackle

Justin Hunt
Knife and Salt

POETRY (continued)

Rodney Jones
The Worst Thing Ever Done to Me

Jessica Alexander
American Horror

Stephanie Rogers
Chip's Laundromat

Dear Sister of My Childhood

Nancy Miller Gomez
Tilt-A-Whirl

Rome Hernandez Morgan
Bayou Newlyweds

Kate Fetherston
Fireworks: Albuquerque

Kathleen Balma
Lap Dance with No Ending

Mark Kraushaar
Photo of Betty at Mass Ave and Third

Caitlin Cowan
Layover

Josephine Yu
When a Friend Writes of Her Pregnancy
When the Doctor Calls After the Final Round of IVF

Erin Redfern
CVS

Billy Collins
The Wild Barnacle

Suzanne Cleary
Cahoots Brief Guide

Katie Brunero
Thinking vs. Feeling

Robert Thomas
Sonnet with Hound and Sequins

Robert Wood Lynn
When They Were Handing Out Superpowers

R. Bratten Weiss
God is Going to Be Late to the Party New Year's Resolution

Molly Kirschner
Immediately Following Mandatory Happy Hour with the Boss

Veronica Kornberg
Saturday

Julie Danho
Ode to My Pink Bathroom

Sarah O. Oso
Love, Again

Sunni Brown Wilkinson
Rodeo

Mark Alan Williams
Palacios

Henrietta Goodman
Free Association

Tamara Miller
Second-Hand Tongue

Susan Browne
Donovan

FEATURE: THE TECHNOLOGY OF POETRY

Bethany Schultz Hurst
Machines, Mortality, and the Lyric Poem

Claire Bateman
The Transitional Voice: Exploring Susan Blackwell Ramsey's "Ode to Texting"

Brian Brodeur
The Technology of the American Sonnet

Kimberly Grey
On Language, Bombs, and Other Things That Exist

Philip Metres
Of Seeing, the Unseen, and the Unseeable: Technology, Poetry, and "When It Rains in Gaza"