Author Archives: Heather Sommer

Poem by Kevin Grijalva

To Go Too Far for John Updike by Kevin Grijalva i. I’ve been left with an impression that hope has been trying to maneuver us into something we don’t understand. The minute between capital and lower case has frozen, become … Continue reading

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Poem by Penelope Schott

craigslist by Penelope Schott 1.  I am at least 18 years old. Lilliana works at a Starbucks. Customers admire her smile. Sometimes she winks for tips but she still can’t make her rent. She has dropped her art class because … Continue reading

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