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Three poets grace the pages of the latest issue of the Missouri Review. Jenny Molberg starts out with “Fourth State of Matter.” “The day Big Tex burned, it began in the throat — / an utterance that caught fire.” Is Big Tex a relative, a friend of the narrator’s father? 477 more words

Mainstream Poetry

Writer's Mail

Tuesdays With Story
November 5,2015

Nov. 2nd Meeting

Lisa- The Tebow Family Secret, Chap42, A Trusted Friend  Alicia thought the plot moved well.  928 more words


Summer Missouri

The summer issue of the Missouri Review features the work of three poets. Miriam Bird Greenberg’s first poem here,  “Would You Believe,” challenges us to believe the narrator saw a series of remarkable events. 485 more words

Mainstream Poetry

Nexting The Missouri

Alexandra Teague is the first poet in the Spring Issue of the Missouri Review. In her poem, “Letters To Phryne, From the Sip ‘N Dip Mermaid Bar, Great Falls, Montana” she contemplates a courtesan in ancient Greece who sought pity from a judicial court by baring her breasts. 610 more words

Mainstream Poetry

Publication in The Missouri Review Online

Today my poem “If There is Anything” was released as the poem of the week in the Missouri Review Online!

Bruce Bond - Losses of the Human Spirit

Bruce Bond is both a poet and a musician, and co-editor of American Literary Review.

These five poems, excerpted below, appear in The Missouri Review… 233 more words

Hendrik Slegtenhorst

Lawrence Raab & Scenarios Against the System

The poet Lawrence Raab lives in Williamstown, the northwesternmost municipality in Massachusetts, and since 1976 has taught at Williams College, a private liberal arts college, founded in 1793, and consistently ranked as one of the best colleges of its kind in the United States. 393 more words

Hendrik Slegtenhorst