2: 2013-2014 Poems

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The following poems were published on the site from October 2013 through August 2014. They are also collected in the second print volume of Heron Tree, edited by Chris Campolo, Sandy Longhorn, and Rebecca Resinski.

 

Kelli Russell Agodon, “Under This Sting” (15 June 2014)

Paul Scot August, “Driving Home, Just North of Chetek” (20 April 2014)

K. R. Barger, “The Cemetery” (2 March 2014)

Kristin Berger, “Walking the Wrack Line” (17 August 2014)

Doug Bolling, “Afternoon” (20 October 2013)

Ash Bowen, “Falconry” (26 January 2014)

Grant Clauser, “Sick House” (6 October 2013)

Ruth Foley, “On Finding a Clam Shell in the Pine Needles” (30 March 2014)

Bernadette Geyer, “Parable of the Great Outpouring” (2 February 2014)

Justin Hamm, “From the Poet” (19 January 2014)

Chloe Hanson, “Self Portrait in Shadow” (13 July 2014)

Amorak Huey, “Earl Scruggs and Adrienne Rich Share a Cab to the Afterlife” (12 January 2014) and “I Have Harnessed Myself Ridiculously to a House Three Miles Outside a Small Town in Alabama” (4 May 2014)

Lucas Jacob, “Not Seeing the River” (23 February 2014)

David James, “Camus Re-Invented in Linden, Michigan” (27 April 2014)

Timothy Juhl, “Along the Fence, Bittersweet” (8 June 2014)

Kathleen Kirk, “Liquidambar” (17 November 2013) and “The Idea of the Good” (18 May 2014)

Sandra Kohler, “Scent” (16 March 2014)

Jack Kristiansen, “Corps” (29 June 2014)

Charlene Langfur, “The Shape of Things” (10 August 2014)

Kathleen Brewin Lewis, “Order Lepidoptera, Family Papilionoidea” (1 December 2013)

Angie Macri, “Psyche Knot” (9 February 2014)

Sharanya Manivannan, “Sestina:  Two Names” (27 October 2013)

Devon Miller-Duggan, “Geology of Separation” (27 July 2014)

Leah Mooney, “Melusine” (13 April 2014)

Kevin Murphy, “Light Touches” (3 November 2013)

Jed Myers, “This One Leaf” (9 March 2014)

Josh Myers, “Winter Departure” (22 June 2014)

Eric Nelson, “Drought” (13 October 2013)

John Palen, “The Catch-All” (6 April 2014)

Lynn Pedersen, “Wilson’s Warbler” (24 November 2013) and “A Catalog of What We’re Not Meant to See” (16 February 2014)

Jason Primm, “Ballooning” (10 November 2013)

Brian Simoneau, “Late March” (23 March 2014)

Molly Spencer, “Collage” (1 June 2014) and “Aubade with Transverse Orientation” (6 July 2014)

Emily Strauss, “Sleeping at the Barn” (5 January 2014)

Aaron J. Styza, “Science of Speech” (20 July 2014)

Christine Swint, “Swimming Stockbridge Bowl” (11 May 2014)

Donna Vorreyer, “Surviving a Midwestern Winter” (25 May 2014)

Jeremy Windham, “Transfiguration” (3 August 2014)

Sarah Ann Winn, “Cranesbill” (24 August 2014)