decides the fate of every love story, even when a cloth is sodden with wetness. He and she ride to town on a noon bus, she, sitting on his handkerchief. They have been sent for groceries, he, one week new, friend to her father, under him at the Consulate. Packed in with peeling leather bags, […]
LIZ ROBBINS’ poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Cimarron Review, Greensboro Review, Harpur Palate, Margie, New Ohio Review, Puerto del Sol, and Rattle; she has poems forthcoming in Barn Owl Review, Bayou, and Poet Lore. Poems from her first book, Hope, As the World Is a Scorpion Fish (Backwaters P), were featured on Garrison Keillor’s The Writer’s Almanac and Verse Daily; another poem was a finalist for the 2010 Best of the Net. She’s an assistant professor of creative writing at Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL, and presented her poems this past April at a New York Institute of Technology conference in Nanjing, China.
Issue 5 Spring 2012 ALYSE BENSEL is currently pursuing her MFA in poetry at Penn State. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Cider Press Review, The Summerset Review, and Foothill Poetry, among others. When not engaged in her teaching and studies, she volunteers for a cat rescue and participates in a work-share program at a local CSA farm. […]
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