Tag Archives: Poetry

  1. My Daughter Haunts

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    June 21, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by David Galloway   My daughter haunts the house like a quiet poltergeist, moving through rooms leaving markers that she’s …
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  2. Apropos of Balkan’s Last Sworn Virgins

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    June 21, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Andrea Jurjević   I Socks pulled over hands, virdžina schleps through the snow-choked trail, the hacked peaks of Dinaric …
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  3. The Adams County Opportunity Center

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    June 21, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Jennifer Metsker    Kendall Babl   I texted your landline recently. It’s a mistake to believe I can reach …
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  4. Alexander Calder and the Curve of Disillusion

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    June 21, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Melanie McGee Bianchi   We were whispering about boys, the few who’d aced the minute thrust of romance and …
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  5. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    June 21, 2019 by The Citron Review

    One of my favorite things about Citron’s poetry is its range and the diversity of voices therein—and that a Citron …
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  6. from Ornithoncology

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    June 21, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by B.J. Best   In order to maintain the full integrity of B.J. Best’s work from Ornithoncology, we’ve included a …
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  7. How Much Snow

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    June 21, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Erik Moellering   There is much that we do not understand about each other, even after five years in …
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  8. Sabotage (or So Much for the Revolution)

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    March 20, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Alina Stefanescu    with the Beastie Boys as in wreck with slow hands, trawling the shores of my flesh, …
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  9. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    March 20, 2019 by The Citron Review

    These days, spring is less predictable in Asheville due to climate change. When I moved here in 2010, seasons were …
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  10. Anchor

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    March 20, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Robert Carr   Shelves stacked with entrails of telephones. Cop-car black, house-smoke yellow, the avocado- green of mother’s Lazy …
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