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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Fall #26

Feature: Poems and Poets On Screen

FICTION

Jill Rosenberg
16 Days of Glory

Emily Johns-O'Leary
Soda Money

Eric Boehling Lewis
Melbourne Beach

NONFICTION

Julialicia Case
On The Walls

POETRY

Jared Harel
Sad Rollercoaster

Henrietta Goodman
The Men at Snowbowl Teaching Their Daughters to Ski

Melissa Oliveira
Lisbon Haibun

Christine Fraser
The Summer Before Your Birth

Faith Shearin
Keeping Warm

Natalie Taylor
From a great height

Julie Hanson
Goodly the Sum

Eleanor Kedney
Postcards

Joyce Schmid
Virga

Beth Marzoni
On the First Day That Feels
Like Fall I think of Her Then, the Age I Am Now

Jennifer Sperry Steinorth
What If We Wake Up Dead

Susan Browne
Valentine

Jessica Hincapie
No Good After Midnight

Jonathan Greenhause
You Once Felt Gigantic

Elton Glaser
Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning

Sydney Lea
Until We Do

Steven Cramer
Note to My First Wife

Taylor Byas
How Young Boys Survive the Ghetto: 101
Sunday Service

POETRY (continued)

Wendy Taylor
Failing to Master the Art of Erasure
Throwing Rocks

Dion O'Reilly
At Sixty-Two
Liberal Father
Silbar

John Gallaher
My Beatification

Amelie Meltzer
Pollution

Kate Sweeney
Meg Francis

Ellen Kombiyil
Love as Invasive Species

Mark Kraushaar
Twilite Motel and Lounge

Nancy Miller Gomez
A Letter to My Former Employer One Week After My Untimely Death

Claire Bateman
Suspensions
The Virgin Mirror
Scatter

Carrie Shipers
The Strategic Plan
Rules of Order Questions for the Office of Public Relations

Walker Pfost
When the AI Program That Writes Biographies for Every Human Who Ever Lived Gets Around to Writing Mine

Justin Jannise
How to Be Better by Being Worse

Michael Pontacoloni
Wethersfield

Kathryn Petruccelli
Moving the Piano

Betsy Sholl
One Step

Ruth Bardon
Alexa

Allen Stein
The Oldies, at Island Pond, Vermont

Angela Sorby
Morning Rig

Catherine Stearns
The Dog in the Library
Anti-Confessional

Bethany Schultz Hurst
Exile Queen


 

 

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FEATURE: POEMS AND POETS ON SCREEN

Matthew VanWinkle
Kept in the Dark: Poetry, Collaboration, and Collapse in Pandaemonium and Tom and Viv

Steve Vineberg
Jean Cocteau and Orpheus: The Poet as Filmmaker

Carrie Oeding
Keep Me In By Keeping Me Out: Poetry On Screen

Michele Poulos
A Personal Affair: The Making of a Poetry Film

Kathryn Nuerberger
Against Literary Biopics Generally, Unless, Maybe—But Definitely and Especially Against The End of the Tour

Danusha Lameris
Beautiful, Brilliant, and Dead: Portraits of the Female Poet in Film