Lucky has stopped barking at the squirrels. The sun just risen over the horizon, he’s no longer running across the field after the barn swallows who were diving at him, herding him away from their nests. Lucky has disappeared into the woods, silent except for the scrape and snap of cottonwood saplings, bird […]
MARCIA L. HURLOW's first full-length collection of poetry, Anomie, won the Edges Prize. She also has five chapbooks. More than 400 of her individual poems have appeared in literary magazines, including Poetry, Chicago Review, River Styx, Nimrod, Poetry Northwest, Stand, Cold Mountain, Zone 3 and The Journal, among others. Last year she received the Al Smith Fellowship for Poetry for the second time. She is co-editor of Kansas City Voices.