Anthony DiMatteo

Anthony DiMatteo's poems have been recently published in Front Porch, Tar River Poetry, Main Street Rag, and Miller's Pond Poetry Magazine. One is forthcoming in Smartish Pace where it won first place in the Erskine J. Poetry Contest. When not sailing or hiking, he teaches the mysteries of writing and literature at the New York Institute of Technology.


The word’s been bounced about in gas stations as you’re pumping way, the spectral drops on the pavement. You resent it there, that serpent. The word’s been bellowed out a bar door flooding with night after a tab’s been left …

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Penelope’s Poet

Listen, o poet, to this marvel of the night.

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