The quake last night was nothing personal, you told me this morning. I think one always wonders, unless, of course, something is visible: tremors that take us, private and willy-nilly, are usual. But the earth said last night that what I feel, you feel; what secretly moves you, moves me. One small,
Missouri's state poet laureate serves a two-year term and is currently held by William Trowbridge, who was appointed in 2012. Trowbridge has published eight poetry collections, including Ship of Fool (Red Hen Press, 2011). He was coeditor of The Laurel Review from 1986 to 2000, and his poetry has earned numerous honors and awards. He lives in Lee's Summit.
Mar 31 2017
Mary Bunten's work has appeared in SAVEUR, Art Lies, The Houston Press, The Austin Chronicle, and elsewhere. She has an MFA from the University of Houston, where she received a C.Glenn Cambor Inprint Fellowship. Previously she worked in the publicity department of W. W. Norton, as a teacher for Writers in the Schools, and as the director of The Writers Place. She lives in Kansas City.
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