Suffolk Poets at Boston Poetry Festival

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Fred Marchant, George Kalogeris, and Jennifer Barber will be reading at this weekend’s Boston Poetry Festival. Details for Friday afternoon are below. For full schedule, please go to: Boston National Poetry Month Festival https://www.bostonnationalpoetry.org 12:10-4:30 pm, Keynote Poets Boston Public … Read More

Welcome to the new issue!

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We hope you enjoy the new issue now and over the next months as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it together. Watch this space in the next weeks, as some of our writers talk about the genesis of their pieces.

Girls Girls Girls

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  Elkie trusts Don absolutely. He’s a cross between a boyfriend and a father, though Elkie knows boyfriends and fathers aren’t supposed to be the same thing, and he’s not at all like a regular client. But then one Sunday … Read More

The View from the Necropolis

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  The officials have asked us to redo the museum: walking through the ruins of the Greek settlement, they poke at the stones with their feet, render instructions to me without looking up. I stand at a remove from them, … Read More

Hollow

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   I’m awake again 5 a.m. walking around the house again bare feet on unsealed tiles            again sleep crusts eyes morning’s ritual becomes clang clang putting pots away          I should brush my messy hair stop to eat & … Read More

Our School Colors

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  Logan, you took your glass eye out for me.                   It wasn’t the taking out that I needed   to see, but the pink folds beneath. We            … Read More

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