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flywheels dividing in your mouth

Stirring just reprinted my poem “The Butterfly Factory.”

I say, “Yes,/Grampie, that’s me. I’m Sharon’s daughter./I’m your granddaughter. You know me.”

Stirring has just put out their April issue, which contains my “Rex Sestina.”

He left the people for last, and ran out of time, so they looked rougher than everything around them.

In the past couple of months, I’ve had a few new publications: two poems – “Last Will and Testament” in Chiaroscuro and “The Undead in Hospital” in Alba – and a short story – “The Dollhouse” in Stirring. Hope you enjoy them.