forthcoming: A Place Where
a chapbook by Barbara Cully

Barbara Cully is the author of several poetry collections, including Under the Hours, Desire Reclining, and The New Intimacy, which won the National Poetry Series Award. In A Place Where, written in philosophical prose vignettes, deep interiority is her compass as she navigates place, time, and loss. Read an excerpt in Issue 3. Green Linden Press is excited to publish A Place Where later this year.

Barbara Cully

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Interview Danniel Schoonebeek

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Danniel Schoonebeek

Broadside Dan Beachy-Quick

Broadside
Dan Beachy-Quick


featured poet: Kelli Stevens Kane

Kelli Stevens Kane is a poet, playwright, and oral historian based in Pittsburgh, PA. She's a Cave Canem Fellow, an August Wilson Center Fellow, and a recipient of Advancing Black Arts grants from The Pittsburgh Foundation. In Issue 3, she shares a series of very short poems that masterfully employ double meaning. Like koans, these poems invite us to read and re-read, experiencing new layers of meaning and feeling each time.

Kelli Stevens Kane
 

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