by Douglas Glover
APR 2018 | Fiction
He remembers this: in January four Years now, my little niece Rebecca Ann Burgin playing behind the Oxen at the horse Mill, bending to Grasp a shiny Stone when the Brace, which the Oxen pushed to, caught her Head against the outside Post & smashed it to pieces. She could not have felt but an instant’s Pain, yet the Sight of her were difficult to bear.
by Robert Hershon
FEB 2018 | Poetry
Robert Hershon has written 14 books of poetry, most recently Freeze Frame and Goldfish and Rose. He has won two NEA fellowships and three from the NY Foundation on the Arts. He has been co-editor of Hanging Loose Press since its founding in 1966.