Three Poems

In the museum of lost things there is a holeyou fall through & keep falling through until you fall once more through another hole in the museum of lost things there isa room with the painting you came to seepainted over with another painting in the museum of lost things the curatorseparates the word painting…

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Devin Kelly

Devin Kelly earned his MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and is the author of In This Quiet Church of Night, I Say Amen (Civil Coping Mechanisms). He is the winner of a Best of the Net Prize, and his work has been published or is forthcoming in The Guardian, LitHub, Catapult, Diagram, Redivider, and more. He lives and teaches high school in New York City.

Lilly Higgs

Lilly is an illustrator and comic artist working in her hometown of Louisville, KY, with her two cats, Peanut and Noodle. (Together they make Pad Thai.) The daughter of two authors, Lilly accepted her fate, knowing she was bound to do something creative. She attended Savannah College of Art and Design, including studying illustration in New York and Japan. Her previous publications include TokyoPop’s Gothic & Lolita Bible, and Hazel.

First Featured In: No. 12, winter 2018

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