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New to the catalog: Amy Jo Trier-Walker’s TREMBLING OURSELVES INTO TREES

IMG_3112Trembling Ourselves Into Trees

Amy Jo Trier-Walker

Amy Jo Trier-Walker received her MFA in poetry at Columbia College Chicago, and she lives and works on a tree and herb farm in Indiana. Her work can be found in or is forthcoming from Forklift, Ohio, Handsome, LEVELER, Word For/Word, and Timber, among others, and she is the Poetry and Arts Editor at Black Tongue Review. 

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Today at Horse Less Review: Four Poems by Christine Scanlon

At HLR today: four poems by Christine Scanlon! 

falling into the pattern
of a yawn
to stay there
deep and secret
like an animal or almond
hitched to the horse
of one idea (read more)