Three Poems

Yesterday, Naomi, a man jumped to his death from the bridge beside my house.A runner found his body on the path fifty yards below, lying in a shape I cannot stop imagining.Does it matter that I once threw pebbles over this bridge to see how fast they’d fall?I imagined my body the size of a…

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Rachel Mennies

Rachel Mennies is the author of The Glad Hand of God Points Backwards, the 2014 winner of the Walt McDonald First-Book Prize in Poetry and finalist for a National Jewish Book Award, and the chapbook No Silence in the Fields. Her poetry has recently appeared, or will soon, at The Believer, Kenyon Review, American Poetry Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Chicago and serves as AGNI’s reviews editor.

Enrica Angiolini

Enrica Angiolini is an illustrator and comic colorist. Raised in a family rich with creativity, she developed a deep love for art—illustration and photography, in particular. She studied foreign languages in high school and university, gaining a Bachelor’s degree in Japanese Language and Culture. In 2015 she started her career in comics, and soon after got her first full series with Titan Comics, Warhammer 40,000. Enrica is now working for them as colorist on Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor, The Steel Prince, and No World.

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