This poem was nominated for The Best of the Net. It was done in an hour, and the aftermath was a red light sinking behind a line of bodies, nothing like a bread line or staying up all night to get the best seats. My cut was waiting in a box by the door while […]
DANA CURTIS’ third full-length collection of poetry, Wave Particle Duality, was recently published by blazeVOX Books. Her second collection, i, was published by CW Books, and her first book, The Body's Response to Famine, won the Pavement Saw Press Transcontinental Poetry Prize. Her work has appeared in such publications as Hotel Amerika, Indiana Review, Colorado Review, and Prairie Schooner. She has received grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the McKnight Foundation. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Elixir Press and lives in Denver Colorado.