Mike Alberti, “Woods, Kansas”
Rachel Blakley Ball, “One Last Thing”
Jonathan Durbin, “Because Florida”
Nathan Oates, “The Key Park
Douglas Silver, “Waiting for Andromeda”
Jackie Thomas-Kennedy, “Tundra”


Jane Bernstein, “Seizures
Paul Guest, “On Pain and Memory”
Renee Long, “Notes on the Nucleus”
Miles Wilson, “Death by Fire”


David Axelrod, “A Book of the 10,000 Things,” “Departing the Linden Festival”
Marianne Boruch, “No Names or Lost World or the Most,” “That Thing,” “All of Us All of Us”
Christopher Citro, “These Seagulls Are Better More Gullier Than the Ones in the City”
Erica Dawson, “Berry, the sweeter,” “Remembered,” “The Holy Spirit looks for its spirit animal,” “As we proceed”
Gregory Dunne, “Vocation,” “Girl on Fence”
Ezra Dan Feldman, “Blue Cohosh,” “Lizard
Megan Harlan, “Our Book of Hours”
Riad Saleh Hussein, “Smoke” translated by Saleh Razzouk
Christopher Kondrich, “Degree of Nothing”
George Kovalenko, “бунт/ riot”
Peter LaBerge, “Boy Saint,” “Silverthorne”
Sally Wen Mao, “Occidentalism,” “Lion City,” “Solitude Generation”
Leslie Adrienne Miller, “Swamp Apocalypse,” “Brio”
Susannah Nevison, “Prisoner’s Cinema with News from Home,” “Interrogation Instructions: Flood,” “War Pastoral,” “At Holmesburg”
Brianna Noll, “Radioactivity”
Ricardo Pau-Llosa, “Turandot Non Esiste”
Donald Platt, “Iluminación”
Michael Robins, “Forever Is Composed of Nows,” “Taking Your Half of the Middle”
Chet’la Sebree, “Blue Opening,” “Lake Shits”
Bret Shepard, “Safe Distance”
César Vallejo, “Unlike the mountain birds” translated by David Swerdlow & Milagros Zapata Swerdlow
Daneen Wardrop, “with my shoulders, one jaw,” “a snap”
L. Lamar Wilson, “How to Disclose,” “How to Pick Cotton,” “How to Bake Bread”
Catherine Wing, “Seconds Before Landing,” “The Museum of Forgetting,” “The Remote Island’s Annual Report”


Kate Keleher, “Sweater”

Addison Namnoum, “Bozeman, Montana”
Genevieve Plunkett, “The Buried Man
Debbie Vance, “Girl Doll”


Gary PetersenSlip Stream 2, Acrylic on canvas. 44” x 40”. Courtesy of the Artis and McKenzie Fine Art Gallery.