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"Shelter" by Kim Addonizio

It’s noisy here. The kids run around, screaming, their mothers slap them and
they cry. I have the bottom bunk, I hang a blanket from the bed above me for… 248 more words


"Onset" by Kim Addonizio (repost)

Watching that frenzy of insects above the bush of white flowers,

bush I see everywhere on hill after hill, all I can think of

is how terrifying spring is, in its tireless, mindless replications. 191 more words


Q&A with Poet and Memoirist Kim Addonizio

The Center for Publishing teamed up with the Division of Communication and Creative Media Speaker Series to bring celebrated poet Kim Addonizio to Champlain College on Monday, October 3, 2016. 937 more words


“February 14” by Kim Addonizio

This is a valentine for the surgeons
ligating the portal veins and hepatic artery,
placing vascular clamps on the vena cava
as my brother receives a new liver. 179 more words


"Lives of the Poets" by Kim Addonizio

One stood among the violets
listening to a bird. One went to the toilet
and was struck by the moon. One felt hopeless
until a trumpet crash, and then lo, 191 more words


More Publishing News!

Two more poems have been accepted for publication. I’m almost on a roll! But my head has been pulled back into politics, and so my writing has hit the doldrums. 350 more words


Happily Ever After... Okay, not so much Happily.

“Ever After” is a variant of Snow White and it is spoken from the dwarves’ perspective during the present time. Basically, this story is about how Snow White’s absence affects the dwarves. 583 more words

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