Member since June 3, 2011 | 660 Readings |
Candice Wuehle lives in Iowa City, Iowa where she is working on her MFA in poetry at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Candice recently earned an MA in English Literature from the University of Minnesota.
News from the Next World
If I was sick, I am now / Well. If I was half, I am now / Whole. Bring down the night, bring up the / the first light, the first ocean, the…
Subscribed by Candice Wuehle
// / A vein along the road poised to spill. // // ◼ // // Red leaves rim / a creek running / under a footbridge. / I haven’t moved this…
Rust Belt Summers
For K.W. // There was no air conditioning in summer, / our mothers made sure of that.The air was thick like yams and our bodiessticky, fingers…
As a Model for Others
I kneel before a grade school drinking fountain // and think about Rosa Parks as I draw in water. / / My cough has become too frequent and…
Mother made them after father left. / Served plain, boiled with only water. She would noodle them on the gas stove / in the thick of winter, the…
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