1.  The Word Water in Four Languages

Jennifer MacKenzie
  Blurbing the Reconquista
  Isabella in the Tower of Winds

Felino A. Soriano
  Of then the miracles of memory

Brian Foley
  TOTEM
  TOTEM
  TOTEM
  TOTEM

Billy Cancel
  if dense composition embedded squiggly lines
  another ivy league drop out back as earth goddess
  express train fire scene lone fisherman black abstract
  blindfolded left of water take care
 

2.  Four Maps of Y'r Neighborhood

Kyle McCord
  St. Reuben Who's Never Been Kissed  
  Poem with Romero on the Coast of Maine  

Chris Toll
  Love in the Unknown Zone  
  Just like Emily Dickinson's Blues  

Matt McBride
  City of Hangover Sundays  
 
Bushels  

3.  What Music?

Michael Sikkema
  Penned in Perennial

A.T. Grant
  COUNTRY MUSIC
  COUNTRY MUSIC
  COUNTRY MUSIC
  COUNTRY MUSIC
  COUNTRY MUSIC

Sarah Suzor
  Almost the Worst #5: dying without forgiveness
  Almost the Worst #99: Being the prettiest girl in the world.

Mark Dow
  from You Tell Me
 

4.  Notes on Process

Travis Macdonald
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  37867831652712019091  
  76694051320005681271  

Wendy Xu and Nick Sturm
  I WAS NOT EVEN BORN WHEN YOU NEEDED HELP  
  I WAS NOT EVEN BORN WHEN YOU LAUGHED AT EVERYTHING  
  I WAS NOT EVEN BORN WHEN YOU TURNED INTO A CANDY DISH  

Anthony Opal
  Sonnet  
  Sonnet  
  Sonnet  

 

Legally speaking, a phrase
used to express the idea that a case at bar
is in all points similar to another.
The one is said to be on all fours
with the other when the facts are similar
and the same questions of law are involved.



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