Jonathan Hadwen


This issue is a poetic conversation between a source poem and ten poems found from within its lines. It’s a refraction of language and image through poetic prisms, an intersection of the familiar and unfamiliar, blurring the edges through the 11 authors’ interpretations.

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Black, Orange, Grey

on my street corner only the common crow and hell-bent mynas invasion hanging from their orange beaks the black bird counts O’s (always three) and guards the fringe of road            the city sky it is the death father            fence guard …

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