Issue 154

Issue 154 Cover-page-0Wading through an apocalypse of fallen dreams,

asphalt grinds my toenails to the quick

– From “Relinquishing Control” by Laurie Kolp

Contributors: Ean Bevel, Laurie Kolp, Glenn H. Mitchell, Anna Prundaru, Richard King Perkins II, Andrew Rhodes, Mitchell Waldman

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  1. Like any really good poem, Laurie Kolp’s “Relinquishing Control” surprises the reader at almost every turn. Just look at her choice of words: apocalypse, scribbled sky, holocaust. She is showing us a somewhat unfamiliar world. But although the reader is often surprised, upon reading this poem he or she is ultimately satisfied. It’s a remarkable poem. Please check it out.

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