Love Poems We Love

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so we have dusted off our favorite love poems to share with you. Melisa Garcia | Poetry Editor “A un Desconocido” by Lorna Dee Cervantes Where is your skin, parting me? Where is… Continue Reading

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Albuquerque: The Land Beside Time

“Had we but world enough, and time,” begins Andrew Marvell’s famous poem “To His Coy Mistress.” The poem, which takes the form of a persuasive argument, is a clever bid for hastening the physical consummation of the courtship between the speaker of… Continue Reading

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Winged-Spider Serpent Pigeon: An Interview with Lawrence Eby Of Orange Monkey Publishing

  It’s no secret that the number of small-independent poetry presses is on the rise. The value is two-fold: the odds of a poet getting a collection published have greatly increased and poetry is getting more exposure in the non-poetry… Continue Reading

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Announcing Our 2014 Poetry Contest Winners

It is with great pleasure that we have the opportunity to announce our 2014 Poetry Contest Winners. Poetry judge Carmen Giménez Smith has selected the following poems: 1st Place: “Half-Elegy for My Mother’s Voice” by Sara Borjas “This is a classic elegy… Continue Reading

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