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“Hearing Loss” by Susanne Dyckman

Susanne Dyckman’s first full-length book of poetry, Equilibrium’s Form (Shearsman Books, 2006), was praised by D.A. Powell for “carefully balancing the quiet, arid world with the act of longing” and enacting “the inevitable feeling of absence.” This week, we’re pleased to share Dyckman’s poem “Hearing Loss,” an excerpt from a …

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Three poems by Denise Leto

In these three new poems by Denise Leto, perception becomes a vortex—it’s own pressured mode of being. One’s senses converge to reach …

The Morning After the Deluge by William Turner. Image via William-Turner.org and Creative Commons.

New poetry by Marjorie Stein

Marjorie Stein’s first book An Atlas of Lost Causes was published by Kelsey Street Press in 2011. This week, she’s shared new …