Issue 10 Summer 2016 TERRY ADAMS has poems in Poetry, Ironwood, The Sun, Witness, College English, The Painted Bride Quarterly,and elsewhere. He MCs poetry events at the Beat Museum in San Francisco and in La Honda, California. His first collection, Adam’s Ribs, is available from Off The Grid Press. He rescued from oblivion and lives in Ken Kesey’s infamous 1960s cabin in La Honda, California. ALICIA […]
DAVID EYE earned a midlife MFA from Syracuse University in 2008. His debut poetry collection, Seed, is forthcoming in 2017 from The Word Works, selected by Eduardo Corral. His chapbook, Rain Leaping Up When a Cab Goes Past, was released in 2013 from Seven Kitchens Press, and his poems have appeared in BLOOM, Cider Press Review, The Good Men Project, Lambda Literary, The Louisville Review, Puerto del Sol, Stone Canoe, and other journals and anthologies. David is the winner of the 2014 Hudson Valley Writers Guild Non-Fiction Award in humor. He has received scholarships to the 2014 Sewanee Writers’ Conference and the 2016 West Chester University Poetry Conference and he was selected by Yusef Komunyakaa as a finalist in the 2015-2016 Tennessee Williams Poetry Contest. David has taught creative writing, academic writing, and literature at St. John’s University, Manhattan College, Syracuse University, and Cazenovia College. He grew up in rural Virginia, and lives (for now) at the edge of a forest in the Catskill Mountains.
I’ll remember you too clearly . . . There was the college room of it: a fishnet on the walls and ceiling above a single bed. A turntable on bookshelves of stacked cinderblock and pine plank. There was macramé. There was this boy and that boy, the night of not-knowing then knowing. Its bright orange […]
Howard followed me out of Stuyvesant Park on a June night in 1995. Inside the park, in the shadows from streetlamps through trees, we had checked each other out, but hadn’t spoken. I turned left out of the tall iron gateway, walking north on Second Avenue, and Howard followed a few paces behind. When he […]
EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION Chase Dimock & Amy King LGBT Writing and the 21st Century FEATURED ARTIST Kelli Connell Double Life NONFICTION Alicia Anderson Nichts passiert in München (Nothing Happens in Munich) Consuelo Arias From New York City to Mar Chiquita: Evocations of a Singular Friendship Merrill Cole The Blond Sheep David Eye Messages from Howard Tyler […]