The Why Nots and The Whys by Marcie Roman
The Why Nots and The Whys by Marcie Roman

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Why Nots and The Whys” by Marcie Roman from Vol. 31:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Marcie Roman lives in Evanston, IL. Her stories have been published in Split Lip Magazine, Black Fox, The Gravity of the Thing, and Blotterature. Her collection, Residential Units, was a finalist in the 2019 Autumn House Press fiction

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Facedown by Sherri Levine
Facedown by Sherri Levine

Enjoy this audio recording of “Facedown” by Sherri Levine from Vol. 31:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! “Facedown” was the winner of the 2019 Lois Cranston Memorial Poetry Prize. Read the full poem here and buy the issue here. Sherri Levine is a poet and teacher. She lives in Portland, OR, where she teaches English to immigrants

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Sausage by Ilene Rudman
Sausage by Ilene Rudman

Enjoy this audio recording of “Sausage” by Ilene Rudman from Vol. 31:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Ilene Rudman is a psychotherapist and career counselor living in Maynard, MA. Her work and poems focus on remembering, nourishing silence, and naming the unnamable. For fifteen years she has been in a weekly poetry master class

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The Rape of the Sabine Women by Judith Sanders
The Rape of the Sabine Women by Judith Sanders

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Rape of the Sabine Women” by Judith Sanders from Vol. 31:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Judith Sanders’ work has been published in journals such as The American Scholar and on the website Full Grown People. She won the Hart Crane Poetry Prize and Wergle Flomp Humor Poetry Prize. Her manuscript, The Universe

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The Multiverse by Emma Bolden
The Multiverse by Emma Bolden

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Multiverse” by Emma Bolden from Vol. 31:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Emma Bolden is the author of House Is an Enigma (Southeast Missouri State UP), medi(t)ations (Noctuary Press), and Maleficae (GenPop Books). The recipient of a 2017 NEA Fellowship in Poetry, her work has been published in

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Language Acquisition by Jung Hae Chae
Language Acquisition by Jung Hae Chae

Enjoy this audio recording of “Language Acquisition” by Jung Hae Chae from issue 27:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Jung’s poetry and prose have appeared in the 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal, Crab Orchard Review, Georgetown Review, MiPoesias, Third Coast and elsewhere. She teaches writing and lives in northern New Jersey.

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Her Voice by Iris Dunkle
Her Voice by Iris Dunkle

Enjoy this audio recording of “Her Voice” by Iris Dunkle from issue 27:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Iris Jamahl Dunkle was the 2017-2018 Poet Laureate of Sonoma County, CA. Her poetry collections include Interrupted Geographies (Trio House Press, 2017) Gold Passage (Trio House Press, 2013) and There’s a Ghost in this Machine of Air (Word Tech,

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Reasons For & Against Dating Tyrannosaurus Rex by Emari DiGiorgio
Reasons For & Against Dating Tyrannosaurus Rex by Emari DiGiorgio

Enjoy this audio recording of “Reasons for & Against Dating Tyrannosaurus Rex” by Emari DiGiorgio from issue 27:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Emari DiGiorgio is the author of Girl Torpedo (Agape, 2018), the winner of the 2017  Numinous  Orison, Luminous Origin Literary Award, and The Things a Body Might Become (Five Oaks Press, 2017). She’s

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Family Fest by Lynn Casteel Harper
Family Fest by Lynn Casteel Harper

Enjoy this audio recording of “Family Fest” by Lynn Casteel Harper from issue 27:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Lynn Casteel Harper is a writer, minister, and chaplain.  She is the author of On Vanishing (Catapult, April 2020), a nonfiction book that explores the dimensions of spirituality, social justice, and dementia. Lynn received a Barbara Deming Fund grant

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Halfway In by Judy Halebsky
Halfway In by Judy Halebsky

Enjoy this audio recording of “Halfway In” by Judy Halebsky from issue 27:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Judy Halebsky is the author of the poetry collections Sky=Empty, Tree Line and the chapbook Space/Gap/Interval/Distance. Fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Millay Colony, and the Vermont Studio Center have supported her work. Her passions include the Moth-style storytelling

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Saturday by Emily Tuszynska
Saturday by Emily Tuszynska

Enjoy this audio recording of “Saturday” by Emily Tuszynska, the runner-up in the 2018 Lois Cranston Poetry Prize contest. Read the poem here. Emily Tuszynska’s poetry can be found in many journals, recently including Poetry Northwest, Salamander, The Southern Review, and Water-Stone Review. She lives in Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C.

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Aubade for Dreamland by July Westhale
Aubade for Dreamland by July Westhale

Enjoy this audio recording of “Aubade for Dreamland” by July Westhale from Vol. 31:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. July Westhale is the award-winning author of Via Negativa, Trailer Trash, The Cavalcade, and Occasionally Accurate Science. Her most recent poetry can be found in The National Poetry Review, Prairie Schooner, and Quarterly West. Her essays have been nominated for Best American Essays.

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Burlesque by Hannah Fries
Burlesque by Hannah Fries

Enjoy this audio recording of “Burlesque” by Hannah Fries from Vol. 26:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Hannah Fries is a poet, writer, and editor. She is the author of the poetry collection Little Terrarium as well as the book Forest Bathing Retreat. She grew up in New Hampshire, went to Dartmouth College, and later

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Thoughts on Gay Marriage While Visiting My Lover’s Parents by Judy Ireland
Thoughts on Gay Marriage While Visiting My Lover’s Parents by Judy Ireland

Enjoy this audio recording of “Thoughts on Gay Marriage While Visiting My Lover’s Parents” by Judy Ireland from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Born and raised in the Midwest, Judy Ireland’s poetry benefits from the verdancy and barefaced authenticity of that working class culture which keeps her work grounded and

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The Script by Rosa del Duca
The Script by Rosa del Duca

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Script” by Rosa del Duca from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Rosa del Duca is a writer, journalist, teacher and musician. A California transplant, she grew up in Montana, where she joined the National Guard at seventeen years of age. Four years later she

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The Air by Sandra Kohler
The Air by Sandra Kohler

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Air” by Sandra Kohler from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Sandra Kohler’s third collection of poems, Improbable Music, (Word Press) appeared in May 2011. Earlier collections are The Country of Women (Calyx, 1995) and The Ceremonies of Longing, winner of the 2002 Associated Writing Programs Award Series in

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My Brother Who Doesn’t Speak to Our Mother Comes to Visit by Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor
My Brother Who Doesn’t Speak to Our Mother Comes to Visit by Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor

Enjoy this audio recording of “My Brother Who Doesn’t Speak to Our Mother Comes to Visit” by Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Professor of TESOL and World Language Education in the Department of Language and Literacy Education, Dr. Cahnmann-Taylor’s honors include a 2017 Richard Ruiz Scholar-Artist Residency

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If This Looks Odd by M.L. Brown
If This Looks Odd by M.L. Brown

Enjoy this audio recording of “If This Looks Odd” by M.L. Brown from issue 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. M. L. Brown is the author of Drought, winner of the Claudia Emerson Poetry Chapbook Award, forthcoming from jmww in 2016. Her poems have been published in various journals and anthologies including Blackbird, PMS PoemMemoirStory, Gertrude,

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How Does the Dog Spend Her Day by Margaret Hasse
How Does the Dog Spend Her Day by Margaret Hasse

Enjoy this audio recording of “How Does the Dog Spend Her Day” by Margaret Hasse from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Margaret Hasse’s five books of poems are Stars Above, Stars Below; In a Sheep’s Eye, Darling; Milk and Tides; Earth’s Appetite; and Between Us. The books have been prizewinners and bestsellers. Hasse is

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Good Friday by Sandra Kohler
Good Friday by Sandra Kohler

Enjoy this audio recording of “Good Friday” by Sandra Kohler from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Sandra Kohler’s third collection of poems, Improbable Music, (Word Press) appeared in May 2011. Earlier collections are The Country of Women (Calyx, 1995) and The Ceremonies of Longing, winner of the 2002 Associated Writing Programs Award Series in

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after ten years, a net by Tamiko Beyer
after ten years, a net by Tamiko Beyer

Enjoy this audio recording of “after ten years, a net” by Tamiko Beyer from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Tamiko Beyer writes to shape change: thought-provoking essays, poetry that pushes boundaries, and hard-hitting articles that challenge the status quo. She is the author of the award-winning poetry collection We Come Elemental (Alice James

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A Wendy House by Molly Spencer
A Wendy House by Molly Spencer

Enjoy this audio recording of “A Wendy House” by Molly Spencer from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Molly Spencer’s poetry has bee published or is forthcoming in Copper Nickel, FIELD​, Georgia Review, Gettysburg Review, The Missouri Review online, New England Review, Ploughshares, and other journals. Her critical writing has appeared at Colorado Review, Kenyon Review Online, Tupelo Quarterly, and The Rumpus. She holds an

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After Reading a Letter from the Addict by Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor
After Reading a Letter from the Addict by Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor

Enjoy this audio recording of “After Reading a Letter from the Addict” by Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor from Vol. 27:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Professor of TESOL and World Language Education in the Department of Language and Literacy Education, Dr. Cahnmann-Taylor’s honors include a 2017 Richard Ruiz Scholar-Artist Residency Award (Guanajuato, MX); 2015

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The Penelope Metaphor by Kyla Marshell
The Penelope Metaphor by Kyla Marshell

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Penelope Metaphor” by Kyla Marshell from Vol 27:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Kyla Marshell is a creative writer whose poems, essays, articles and interviews have appeared in Bookforum, BuzzFeed, Ebony.com, ESPNw, Gawker, The Guardian, Hannah Magazine, Kinfolk Magazine, O, the Oprah Magazine, PEN America, the Poetry Foundation, REVIVE Music, and elsewhere.

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Collision by Jenna Rindo
Collision by Jenna Rindo

Enjoy this audio recording of “Collision” by Jenna Rindo from Vol. 27:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Jenna Rindo’s work has been published in Crab Orchard Review, Crab Creek Review, and Blood and Thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine. She lives in rural Wisconsin with her family, and small flocks of Shetland

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Each Day I Open the Door to Damage by Emily Pérez
Each Day I Open the Door to Damage by Emily Pérez

Enjoy this audio recording of “Each Day I Open the Door to Damage” by Emily Pérez from Vol. 27:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Emily Pérez is the author of Backyard Migration Route and a recipient of grants and scholarships from the Artist Trust, Jack Straw Writers, Bread Loaf Writers’ Workshop, Summer Literary Seminars, and

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Entirely Lit Up from Within by Natalie Bryant Rizzieri
Entirely Lit Up from Within by Natalie Bryant Rizzieri

Enjoy this audio recording of “entirely lit up from within by Natalie Bryant Rizzieri” from Vol. 27:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Natalie Bryant Rizzieri’s poems have been published in journals such as Salamander Review, Crab Orchard Review, Oklahoma Review, Sugar House Review, Connotation Press, Redactions, Ascent, Permafrost, and Spec – Journal of

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Cosmovore Finds Pluto Less Palatable Than Imagined by Kristi Carter
Cosmovore Finds Pluto Less Palatable Than Imagined by Kristi Carter

Enjoy this audio recording of “Cosmovore Finds Pluto Less Palatable Than Imagined” by Kristi Carter from Vol. 27:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Kristi Carter’s poems have appeared in publications including Alyss, Gertrude, So to Speak, poemmemoirstory (now Nelle), Nimrod, Naugatuck River Review, North Carolina Literary Review, Not Somewhere Else But Here:

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October Lines by Liz Minette
October Lines by Liz Minette

Enjoy this audio recording of “October Lines” by Liz Minette from Vol 28:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Liz Minette lives in Esko, MN, near Lake Superior. She’s been writing for about ten years. Publication credits include Abbey, Earth’s Daughters, Nerve Cowboy, and Many Mountains Moving, among others. She is part of a local writing

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Kings of Metal by Erin Swan
Kings of Metal by Erin Swan

Enjoy this audio recording of “Kings of Metal” by Erin Swan from Vol. 28:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Erin Swan is a writer of fiction and non-fiction whose work has been published in various journals, including Asia Literary Review, Bodega Magazine, and The Portland Review. She holds an MA in English Education from

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By His Grave Eight Years Later, Pete’s Hat by Catherine Freeling
By His Grave Eight Years Later, Pete’s Hat by Catherine Freeling

Enjoy this audio recording of “By His Grave Eight Years Later, Pete’s Hat” by Catherine Freeling from Vol. 28:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal, available here. Catherine Freeling worked in theatre and as a public school teacher before finding poetry. She has been a finalist in the Rattle, Nimrod, and Bellevue Literary Review poetry contests, and a

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Dali’s Clock by Tricia Knoll
Dali’s Clock by Tricia Knoll

Enjoy this audio recording of “Dali’s Clock” by Tricia Knoll from Vol. 28:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Tricia Knoll has degrees in literature from Stanford University (BA) and Yale University (MAT). Her poetry and haiku appear in numerous journals and several anthologies. Her most recent collection, How I Learned To Be

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‘Twas Brillig at Marriage Counseling by Mary Moore Easter
‘Twas Brillig at Marriage Counseling by Mary Moore Easter

Enjoy this audio recording of “‘Twas Brillig at Marriage Counseling” by Mary Moore Easter from Vol. 28:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Mary Moore Easter is a Cave Canem Fellow and poet/choreographer who mixes movement, text, and song, live and on video. Her chapbook is Walking from Origins. Professor of Dance Emerita at Carleton

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The Second Son by Elizabeth Berlin
The Second Son by Elizabeth Berlin

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Second Son” by Elizabeth Berlin from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Elizabeth Berlin is a teacher, writer, and avid hiker in Tucson, AZ. Recent publications include a nonfiction piece, Death and the Canyon, 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app安装 in the Canadian literary, Room. The same piece was a headliner on the magazine’s website and

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The Day We Searched for the Road with Our Name by Catherine Freeling
The Day We Searched for the Road with Our Name by Catherine Freeling

This interview with Catherine Freeling was conducted in 2016 and includes her poem “The Day We Searched for the Road with Our Name” from Vol. 28:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal, available here. Catherine Freeling worked in theatre and as a public school teacher before finding poetry. She has been a finalist in the Rattle, Nimrod, and

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Specified Tolerance by Carla Laureen Bollinger
Specified Tolerance by Carla Laureen Bollinger

Enjoy this audio recording of “Specified Tolerance” by Carla Laureen Bollinger from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Carla Laureen Bollinger is an author of cookbooks, Souper Skinny Soups and Vegetarians in the Fast Lane, travel, news editorials, and historical articles, but it is poetry that keeps her awake at night.  She is a member of

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Rise Up by Nicole Rollender
Rise Up by Nicole Rollender

Enjoy this audio recording of “Rise Up” by Nicole Rollender from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Nicole Rollender is the author of the poetry chapbooks Absence of Stars (July 2015, dancing girl press & studio), Little Deaths (November 2015, ELJ Publications), and Arrangement of Desire (Pudding House Publications). She’s the recipient

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Proof by Grace Mattern
Proof by Grace Mattern

Enjoy this audio recording of “Proof” by Grace Mattern from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. ​Grace Mattern’s poetry and short fiction have been published in numerous literary journals and magazines, including Prairie Schooner, The Sun, Poet Lore, Cider Press Review, and Yankee. She has received fellowships from the New Hampshire

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Period by Catherine Lewis
Period by Catherine Lewis

Enjoy this audio recording of “Period” by Catherine Lewis from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Catherine Lewis is the author of three books, most recently Thrice Told Tales (Simon & Schuster). Her shorter works have been published in magazines such as The Bellevue Literary Review, South Loop Review, and DASH Journal. She

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“Brick Heart” by DJ Gaskin
“Brick Heart” by DJ Gaskin

Enjoy this audio recording of “Brick Heart” by DJ Gaskin from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. DJ Gaskin has published poetry in Gargoyle, SLAB, The Comstock Review, Iodine Poetry Journal, DeepWater Literary Review, Ars Medica and others. She also has work in two anthologies and was a finalist in Arlington, Virginia’s “Moving Words” contest. DJ’s

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U. of Wisconsin 1995 by Malisa Garlieb
U. of Wisconsin 1995 by Malisa Garlieb

Enjoy this audio recording of “U. of Wisconsin 1995” by Malisa Garlieb from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Malisa Garlieb is a Waldorf teacher living and working in Shelburne, VT. Her poems have been published in Off the Coast, Painted Bride Quarterly, Lines + Stars, and Compass Rose, among others.  Her first book, Recurring Down-slurred Trill, is forthcoming by Sunridge

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Memento Mori by Joan Roberta Ryan
Memento Mori by Joan Roberta Ryan

Enjoy this audio recording of “Memento Mori” by Joan Ryan from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Joan Roberta Ryan is the author of the poetry collection Dark Ladies & Other Avatars (3: A Taos Press, 2017).  Her poems have been published in Atlanta Review, Nimrod, The Sow’s Ear Review, Spillway, Naugatuck River Review,

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Leave Here Knowing by Elizabeth Oakes, a Review by Sherry Chandler
Leave Here Knowing by Elizabeth Oakes, a Review by Sherry Chandler

Enjoy this audio recording of “Leave Here Knowing by Elizabeth Oakes,” a review by Sherry Chandler from Vol. 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Sherry Chandler is the author of The Woodcarver’s Wife and Weaving a New Eden. Her poems and reviews have appeared in many periodicals, including Smartish Pace, The Cortland

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This is the Place Where Sound Was Born by Bonny Barry Sanders

Enjoy this audio recording of “This is the Place Where Sound Was Born” by Bonny Barry Sanders from issue 28:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Bonny Barry Sanders’ poems have been published in Blueline, Chattahoochee Review, The Christian Science Monitor, Connecticut Review, Carolina Quarterly, Ibbetson Street, Florida Review, The Louisiana Review, Puckerbrush Review, and The

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Recalculating by Jennifer Burd
Recalculating by Jennifer Burd

Enjoy this audio recording of “Recalculating” by Jennifer Burd from issue 28:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Jennifer Burd has had poetry published in numerous print and online journals. She is author of two full-length books of poetry, Days’ Late Blue  (2017; Cherry Grove Collections) and Body and Echo (2010; PlainView Press), a chapbook with CD of

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Melon Mouth by Taijhet Nyobi
Melon Mouth by Taijhet Nyobi

Enjoy this audio recording of “Melon Mouth” by Taijhet Nyobi from issue 28:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Taijhet Nyobi is an artist of African descent based in Oakland, CA. Her poetry has been published by Saul Williams, online magazines, and several literary journals. She is the 2014 grant recipient of the

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Interdit by Gillian Cummings
Interdit by Gillian Cummings

Enjoy this audio recording of “Interdit” by Gillian Cummings from issue 28:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Gillian Cummings is the author of The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter, selected by John Yau as the winner of the 2018 Colorado Prize for Poetry (The Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado State University, 2018)

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Amanat by Lisa Dordal
Amanat by Lisa Dordal

Enjoy this audio recording of “Amanat” by Lisa Dordal from issue 28.3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Lisa Dordal is the author of Mosaic of the Dark (Black Lawrence Press, 2018) and teaches in the English Department at Vanderbilt University. A Pushcart Prize nominee and recipient of an Academy of American Poets

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Whitetail by Abby Minor
Whitetail by Abby Minor

Enjoy this audio recording of “Whitetail” by Abby Minor from Vol. 28:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Abby Minor lives in the ridges and valleys of central Pennsylvania, where she works on poems, essays, gardens, paintings, quilts, and projects for reproductive justice. She’s received fellowships, residencies, and awards from Bitch Media, Split

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Blessing and How Joy is Never Erased by Edwina Trentham
Blessing and How Joy is Never Erased by Edwina Trentham

Enjoy these audio recordings of “Blessing” and “How Joy is Never Erased” by Edwina Trentham from issue 29:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Edwina Trentham is a Professor of English at Asnuntuck Community College, where she is also the Editor of Freshwater, a national poetry journal, which celebrated its Tenth Anniversary in

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金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app安装 by Mary Salisbury
金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app安装 by Mary Salisbury

Enjoy this audio recording of “金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app安装” by Mary Salisbury from issue 29:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Mary Salisbury, an Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship recipient and finalist for the Orlando Poetry Prize, graduated with an MFA in Writing from Pacific University. Finishing Line Press published Salisbury’s chapbook, Come What May, in 2014.

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Free App by Sheila Sondik
Free App by Sheila Sondik

Enjoy this audio recording of “Free App” by Sheila Sondik from issue 29:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Sheila Sondik, poet and printmaker, lives in Bellingham, Washington. Her poetry has appeared in Calyx, Raven Chronicles, The Floating Bridge Review, Frogpond, and many other journals and anthologies. Egress Studio Press published her chapbook,

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Sister Psalm by Katherine Lo
Sister Psalm by Katherine Lo

Enjoy this audio recording of “Sister Psalm” by Katherine Lo from issue 30:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Katherine Lo is a writer and high school English teacher who lives in Southern California. Her work has previously been 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app安装 in Poet Lore, Rattle (Poets Respond), and Qu.

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Mayakovsky Ghost by Svetlana Beggs
Mayakovsky Ghost by Svetlana Beggs

Enjoy this audio recording of “Mayakovsky Ghost” by Svetlana Beggs from issue 30:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Svetlana Beggs is a native of St. Petersburg, Russia, and holds an M.A. in Philosophy. Her poems will appear in forthcoming issues of Columbia Poetry Review and Pleiades, and her flash story was in a recent issue

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Funeral by Dorsey Craft
Funeral by Dorsey Craft

Enjoy this audio recording of “Funeral” by Dorsey Craft from issue 30:1 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Dorsey Craft holds an MFA from McNeese State University, where she was awarded the Joy Scantlebury Prize for poetry. In addition toNinth Letter Web Edition, Dorsey’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, the

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A Wheel of Brie by Meredith Davies Hadaway
A Wheel of Brie by Meredith Davies Hadaway

Enjoy this audio recording of “A Wheel of Brie” by Meredith Davies Hadaway  from issue 30:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. An award-winning poet and teacher of ecopoetry, Meredith Davies Hadaway is the author of three collections of poetry, At The Narrows, (2015) The River is a Reason (2011) and Fishing Secrets of the Dead (2005), all issued

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alabo by Sylvia Mercedes Beato
alabo by Sylvia Mercedes Beato

Enjoy this audio recording of “alabo” by Sylvia Mercedes Beato from issue 30:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Sylvia Beato-Davis is a writer and an educator. Her work revolves around the phenomenology of the body, the politics of linguistics, and post-colonial identity. Her current project attempts to dismantle narratives built from systems of

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The Space Between Missing and Dead by Susana H. Case
The Space Between Missing and Dead by Susana H. Case

Enjoy this audio recording of “The Space Between Missing and Dead” by Susana H. Case from issue 30:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here: http://luzhouyinwu.com/product-category/journals/ Susana H. Case is the author of six books of poetry, most recently, Erasure, Syria, new in 2018 from Recto y Verson Editions and Drugstore Blue, 2017 from Five Oaks Press,

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Phone Sex Lullaby by Charlotte Covey
Phone Sex Lullaby by Charlotte Covey

Enjoy this audio recording of “Phone Sex Lullaby” by Charlotte Covey from issue 30:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Charlotte grew up in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. While still an undergrad, she co-founded Milk Journal. In Spring 2016, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English with a Concentration in Creative

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Red Tulips by Donna Emerson
Red Tulips by Donna Emerson

Enjoy this audio recording of “Red Tulips” by Donna Emerson from issue 28:2 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Journal! Buy the full issue here. Donna’s recent or forthcoming  poetry publications include 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装, the Paterson Literary Review, Spillway, the New Ohio Review, Sanskrit, descant, Quiddity, among many others. Her poetry paired with her photography publications include Lumina, the Healing Muse, Stone Canoe, and Passager. Her recent awards

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Digitizing Feminist Literature

金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Press and Oregon State University Libraries and Press have been awarded a grant of $96,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize at-risk literature published through 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 Press. This grant enables important literary works from the last 50 years of the feminist movement to be transformed into openly licensed e-book formats. 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装, founded in 1976, is one of

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19th Amendment Issue

The 19th Amendment centennial is coming up on August 18, 2020, which in publishing timelines is practically tomorrow. We at 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 thought we were going to spend the centennial celebrating our progress with the first female president; we find ourselves instead looking forward to an anniversary that is much for suited to the discussion of

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Social Justice Reader

Hello to all! On the behalf of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装, I get to make an exciting announcement… we have an upcoming project: the publication of our new Social Justice Reader! No title yet, the reader is still young, just a sapling of an idea being tended to, and at the moment we vaguely 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app安装 to it as

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A Feminist Utopia Reading List
A Feminist Utopia Reading List

Unless you have been contentedly nesting your days away under a rock, I’m sure you have witnessed the all-pervading media buzz surrounding Hulu’s new TV series based off of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. It’s a great watch, but also a great read. Befitting the resurgence in attention to Atwood’s feminist dystopia, I’ve put together

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Barbara Baldwin, In Memoriam
Barbara Baldwin, In Memoriam

On May 5, 2017, Barbara Baldwin—poet and founding editor of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装—passed away. I didn’t have the privilege of knowing Barbara long enough, although I’d been hearing about her for years as a pillar of the Corvallis community. She was a patient at my father’s optometry clinic, and he would often come home and ask me

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“To My Little Sister, Driving Drunk,” by Caitlin Scarano
“To My Little Sister, Driving Drunk,” by Caitlin Scarano

This week we are excited to share Caitlin Scarano’s poem “To My Little Sister, Driving Drunk,” which was published in 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装’s 27:3 issue. Caitlin Scarano is a poet in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee PhD creative writing program. She was a finalist for the 2014 Best of the Net Anthology and the winner of the 2015 Indiana

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“From White Space to Black Letter: Taking My Place in the Women’s Torah” by Ada Molinoff
“From White Space to Black Letter: Taking My Place in the Women’s Torah” by Ada Molinoff

This week we are pleased to have Ada Molinoff reading her short story “From White Space to Black Letter: Taking My Place in the Women’s Torah.” Ada Molinoff earned her MFA in nonfiction from Pacific University. Her poems have been published in literary journals, newspapers, and anthologies. This is her first published memoir piece, and

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“Identity” by Airica Parker
“Identity” by Airica Parker

Today Voices of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 is proud to bring you Airica Parker’s poem “Identity,” which appeared in Volume 28:3 of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装, available here. Airica Parker’s work appears most recently in Camas, Driftwood Press, 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装, The Fiddlehead, and Lalitamba. The Poetry Foundation selected her as a 2011 finalist for a Ruth Lilly Fellowship. An accomplished performer, instructor, and

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“Whitetail” by Abby Minor
“Whitetail” by Abby Minor

金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装 is happy to showcase Abby Minor’s piece “Whitetail,” which was published in volume 28:2. Abby Minor has studied at Smith College, The Penland School of Crafts, and The Pennsylvania State University.  Her book reviews and poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Georgia Review, AGNI Online, Pleiades, and The Fourth River, among others.  Also a visual artist,

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“Free Range” by Kathleen Kelly
“Free Range” by Kathleen Kelly

Happy Friday, 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装-ers! We are already on to week two of Voices of 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装, and today I’m excited to present Kathleen Kelly’s poem “Free Range,” which was published in Volume 28:1. A first-generation editor and poet, Kathleen A. Kelly’s poems and essays have been published in North American Review, PoemMemoirStory, Rain Taxi, 金牛娱乐app安装娱乐app下载安装, and Nimrod.  She completed Ph.D. coursework in literature

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