Pennsylvania

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Literary Magazine The Gettysburg Review Pennsylvania
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Literary Magazine The Fourth River Pennsylvania
Small Press Autumn House Press Pennsylvania
Literary Magazine American Poetry Review Pennsylvania
Literary Organization Ligonier Valley Writers Pennsylvania
Conference Bucknell Seminar for Younger Poets Pennsylvania
Writing Program Temple University Pennsylvania
Writing Program Penn State University Pennsylvania

poems

poem
The great, unequal conflict past, 
   The Briton banish'd from our shore, 
Peace, heav'n-descended, comes at last, 
   And hostile nations rage no more;
      From fields of death the weary swain 
      Returning, seeks his native plain. 

In every vale she smiles serene, 
   Freedom's bright stars more radiant
poem

I burn your Highland Park. I acid your Carnegie
car dealerships. Your Squirrel Hill, sheer terror
in winter. But most of all, I hate your Liberty Avenue,
the last place, one night, I saw my closest friend
saying, Wait here, outside the after-hours club. I wait,
hating your Strip,

poem

Driving alone at night, the world’s pitch, black velvet 
stapled occasionally by red tail lights
on the opposite highway but otherwise mild 
panic when the eyes’ habitual check 
produces nothing at all in the rearview mirror,
a black blank, now nothing exists 
but the dotted