Winter 2012

Issue 10

Enjoy the online version of Matt Terhune’s Bathhouse Betty, winner of the 2011 Coal Hill Review Chapbook Prize.

Terhune crafts poems centered around drugs, music, depression, and sexuality. These are honest portraits of the human life.

“Terhune’s poems don’t necessarily punch you in the gut and leave you wondering, but they creep up on you later, whisper memories into your ear and allow you to drift away on the stories they tell.”
—Nicole Bartley