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American Poetry Review Mar/Apr 2024 Vol. 53, No. 2

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  • March-April 2024 issue
  • Newspaper style format
  • Contemporary poetry and literary prose
  • In continuous publication since 1972!


  • Catherine Barnett: Envoy • Fugit inreparabile tempus: • Untitled • Triumph of Dionysos and the Seasons
  • Tina Cane: Les Pensées Sont des Flowers
  • Chard deNiord: Second Paradise
  • Cassie Donish: The Question of Surviving This
  • Cindy Hill: The Volta: The American sonnets of Coleman and Hayes, and the Sicilian School sonnets of da Lentini
  • Darla Himeles: I Carry You
  • Omotara James: Sundays v. Bruce. Queens, NY. August, 2023. • Ruthless
  • Sally Keith: Spent • Spirit Guide • Blindspot
  • David Kirby: What Ray Charles Says
  • Laren McClung: Blood Moon, Eclipse
  • Erin McCoy: The art of syntax • Incredible magic
  • Matthew Minicucci: Decision [de-, caedere-, Latin]
  • Tolu Oloruntoba: Ways to Describe an Asteroid
  • Maya Pindyck: Already
  • Rachel Richardson: Smother
  • David Roderick: Four Poems from Jackalopes, Inc.: The Joseph Cornell App • The Patriotism App • The Doomsday App • The Bridge App
  • Jason Schneiderman: Ambiguities of the Second Person in English Language Fiction and Poetry
  • Natalie Shapero: Big Mistake. Big. Huge. • Remember My Decision for One Day • Individual Normal Hill • I Tune My Body and My Brain to the Music of the Land • Push Down and Turn
  • Alina Stefanescu: Apostrophe in Storm
  • Nathanael Tagg: Liberty State Park Walkway • I Want to Go Home
  • Han Vanderhart: "Singing in the Outhouse" - Frank Stanford, labor, and Southern listening
  • Fritz Ward: What It Is
  • Jim Whiteside: The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living
  • A. Light Zachary: "If You're Not Your Own Favourite Poet Then What Are You Doing?" - A. Light Zachary interviewed by Trevor Ketner.

The world’s most exciting poetry-reading experience, The American Poetry Review is dedicated to reaching a worldwide audience with a diverse array of the best contemporary poetry and literary prose. APR also aims to expand the audience interested in poetry and literature, and to provide authors, especially poets, with a far-reaching forum in which to present their work.

The American Poetry Review has been in continuous publication since 1972 and has presented the work of over 8,000 writers. With a newspaper-like print format, it's an everyday poetry portal you can tuck under your arm and read on the go. 

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