“I’ve had a good run.” My son and I joke about this pronouncement, now, because I’ve said it so many times before, promised to give up poetry cold turkey, only to find half a pack of menthols stashed in the writing desk drawer and start up again. But […]
C. Wade Bentley is father to four and grandfather to six amazing humans. He can be found most weekends walking the Wasatch Mountains. He teaches and writes in Salt Lake City. His poems have been published or are forthcoming in many journals, including Cimarron Review, Best New Poets, Rattle, American Literary Review, Southern Poetry Review, Poetry Daily, The American Journal of Poetry, and Poetry Northwest. A full-length collection of his poems, What Is Mine, was published by Aldrich Press in January of 2015.
Tim Erickson’s new book of poetry, Egopolis, is not about to greet you at the door with a plate of cookies when you come knocking. There’ll be no sitting on the sofa while the poet regales you with warm and comforting narratives and aphorisms. This book is […]