“Fed Up (VII and VIII)” by Devon Balwit

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Devon Balwit is a poet and educator from Portland, Oregon. She has a chapbook, Forms Most Marvelous, forthcoming with Dancing Girl Press (summer 2017). Her recent poems have appeared in numerous print/on-line journals, among them: Oyez, Red Paint Hill, Timberline Review, The Journal of Applied Poetics, Vanilla Sex Magazine, Anti-Heroin Chic, The Rising Phoenix Review, Rattle, Rat’s Ass Review, and the Ekphrastic Literary Review.

“Fed Up (VII)” and “Fed Up (VIII)” are from her 10-poem chapbook, Comeuppance, currently in search of a publisher.  Continue reading

“We Watched” by Don Cellini

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Don Cellini is a poet, translator and photographer. He is the author of Approximations / Aproximaciones (2005) and Inkblots (2008) both collections of bilingual poems published by March Street Press. Continue reading