Jefferson Navicky

Jefferson Navicky's writing has appeared in Smokelong Quarterly, Hobart, Front Porch Journal, The Conium Review, Fairy Tale Review. He is the recipient of a Maine Arts Commission Grant, and a Maine Literary Award. He works as the archivist for the Maine Women Writers Collection, and teaches English at Southern Maine Community College. He lives in Freeport, Maine with his wife, Sarah, and their dog, Olive.

A Response to These Disappearances

          At a thankful height, we began to emerge. We’d been quiet half an hour through the woods. The horse’s hooves sucked no sound on the brown soft track under the pines. But now, the land thinned and stretched before us. …

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Human Co.

Human Co. is filled, as necessary, with thin, near-torso-less bodies. Graceful arabesques falling from the oval thumbprint of the head. One must imagine the curve of the ribs, the splay of the back; even, to some extent, the span of …

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