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forthcoming: A Place Where One
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 One, 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 One later this year.

Barbara Cully

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Review Jorie Graham's fast

Jorie Graham's fast

Review: Attar's The Conference of the Birds, Trans. by Sholeh Wolpé

Review: Attar's The Conference of the Birds, Trans. by Sholeh Wolpé

featured poet: Alison Roh Park

Alison Roh Park won the Poetry Society of America New York Chapbook Fellow-ship, Amy Award, and is a Kundiman poetry fellow. Alison is a founding member of the Good Times Collective of women of color poets writing in the tradition of Lucille Clifton and lives in her native New York City. In Issue 2, her poem "Afterlife" speculates on the terror and wisdom inherent in having died.

Alison Roh Park

broadside series

Green Linden Press's broadside series features work from six poets in the first three issues. All broadsides are signed by the authors and are hand-numbered. Our current special allows you to buy three for $30, shipping included; see all six in our store. For each broadside sold, we will plant a tree. All submissions are considered for inclusion in the series.

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