This month we’re pleased to feature Boston Review’s 2016 Poetry Contest winner, Cori Winrock. Her poem “The Town Knows It’s a Girl” is evocative, rich in imagery, and leaves plenty of room for our imaginations. And Fred Joiner speaks to two places he calls home.
We also have returning contributor Darren Demaree’s two new poems:”Sweet Wolf #5″ contemplates the introduction of the end/of all forgiveness. “Sweet Wolf #6” considers How/terrible to have/your body modified/one way/& only one way.
Finally we have Elizabeth Brule’ Farrell’s quietly beautiful poem about what we can find in the forgotten.