Cindy Huyser | 3 poems

The beauty is in your mouth where all things are Starting with a line from Julie Choffel’s “The Beauties” The beauty is in your mouth where all things are— queer tongue ruddering its language in the river of your breath, stepping stone molars’ grindstone topography, their cider press promise. Language of the deep and shallow … Continue reading Cindy Huyser | 3 poems

Alex Dykes | Interview

Kenneth P. Gurney. Tells us how you started in poetry? What age? Alex Dykes: I think I was around 18 years old, give or take a year. I was living in Sevierville, Tennessee and I met these two cats names Jeremiah and Lee. They were all about a man named Bukowski, read him, wrote like … Continue reading Alex Dykes | Interview

Kyle Flak | Interview

Kenneth P. Gurney. Tells us how you started in poetry? What age? Kyle Flak:  Poetry is the joy of singing, the joy of dreaming, the joy of experimenting with language.  All young children are great poets.  I remember playing on my dad's typewriter as a tiny kid, I remember singing weird made up songs on … Continue reading Kyle Flak | Interview

Kyle Flak | 3 poems

Normal Stupid Moon normal stupid moon just rising up above a normal stupid tree karate chop to the heart deluxe turbo vacuum cleaner to the soul really great fun new christmas movie to the eyes wow, thanks a lot normal stupid moon you really made my day / night / whatever Hello. I Think You … Continue reading Kyle Flak | 3 poems