Member since March 5, 2010 | 1,805 Readings |
Josh Kalscheur's poetry has appeared in or is forthcoming from
Slate, The Iowa Review
Alaska Quarterly Review
among others. He teaches English at Madison College.
Low Budget Michael
First I stalk them with a pinhole / from the dive-shop to the Presidential Suite / where I prop a tripod on a block of wood / in the corner. This…
From the Baptist station static blurs the F.M. signal / distant and alien, almost unheard in certain inland huts / and abandoned quarries, but…
NIGHTCRAWL / / This is the night I touch you on the back / of my brother’s flatbed after the men pull / the cord and the smoke thins to…
ENLISTMENT / / Guam, U.S.A / / All the people not from here, all the Texan lilt temp jobs / all the mirage of massage parlors, the knock-off…
Subscribed by Josh Kalscheur
All the dark honey from a winter garden sags in heavy combs, and the buzz / begins, back where the hand fumbles in the dark, barely / clear of the…
Wilmot’s Plane Leaves In Forty-Five…
Christian Anton Gerard
he can’t let her slip like / / petals on a wet, black bough / / into the blue Volvo. / / He’s both young and old. / / His holding on to…
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