Three Poems

                                      Now,after / when—she / he  dies, after a few hours ofhearing her / his   name on the radio, my  daughter will ask, why was she / he so important,  why is anyone so  important? I  play her a song—we’re. go. in. down downdown—she  listens, nods, begins tosway. He   made us happy, I say, people are not …

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Nick Flynn

Nick Flynn has worked as a ship’s captain, an electrician, and as a case-worker with homeless adults. These poems are from his latest book, I Will Destroy You. His work has been translated into fifteen languages.

Arthur Asa

Arthur Asa was born in Monterrey City, México. He speaks less and draws more every day. As it should be.

First Featured In: No. 13, spring 2019

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