Marie Hartung

Sound, Rhythm and Meaning: A Pacific Northwest Chapbook Curated by David Wagoner

American poetry has never been more diverse in form, content, and intention than it is today. All imaginable styles and mannerisms are being made use of and show up in literary journals, and there are more of those outlets than ever before, not counting the numerous new online magazines.

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The Dream about White Salmon

What’s in White Salmon? she asks from the dream. I thought she meant a fish, not slivered in pink but an albino aborigine, blank eyes communal and naked. The dreamfish camouflaged, moored in the stream’s float and swaddle. Water carves …

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