Jasmyn DiMeglio: How I Learned to Be Gay Here

It’s your place, Reader, to find how your place is yours, how you are of and in this place for as long as you are of and in it, so take heart in Jasmyn DiMeglio’s “How I Learned to Be Gay Here“:

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Suzanne Cody: Adultish (Yes)

Make your choices, Reader, choose to read this poem by Suzanne Cody, who sees you from the future side in “Adultish (Yes)“:

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Clare Louise Harmon: First-Hand Accounts of the Performance of Western Art Music

Oh Reader, this one’s a biggie, all strung hard and fibrillating electricity, it’s Clare Louise Harmon’s [>>] “First-Hand Accounts of the Performance of Western Art Music“:

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Jenny Mueller: two poems

It’s time for a month with poetry in it, Reader, and first up are Jenny Mueller’s “To Read Ashbery” and a poem from her series Postcards, “Cabin Town,” Gorham, N.H. (1967, 5.5 x 3.5 horizontal):

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Matthew Woodman: Decolonization

We’ve got a bit of a play on words for you today, Reader, a bit of rough chuckles in the teeth of the systems we’re in, although ants don’t have teeth, now we think about it, so here’s Matthew Woodman’s [>>] “Decolonization“:

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