Summer 2016

Issue 18

Issue 18, Summer 2016, features fourteen poems by new and established writers explore a wide range of topics, including family, love, loss, memory, and grief. “She buried him to the neck” from Adam Day’s “In the Arms of his Late Love” begins Issue 18, featuring strong work by poets from Pittsburgh and beyond. Experience the melancholic humor in Brad Modlin’s “My Cousin Sets Me Up With the Woman She’s Sure is the One,” and an imagistic elegy in Patricia Clark’s “My Sister’s Earth Day” as Issue 18 oscillates between lyric and narrative.