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Louisiana Literature

Macri_LouisianaLiterature_2018.jpgIn the latest Louisiana Literature“At the East of the Garden” and “From this coal smoke, they move the orchids” explore the garden in the heartland where I was born and raised.

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Moon City Review & The Cape Rock

Two poems about coal in St. Louis, “As the city trees are dying, they build a jewel box” and “Eight arches hold the weight,” appear in the latest Moon City Review, while The Cape Rock includes two pieces also rooted in the changes we’ve made to our environment, “Supercell” and “Multiflora Rose.”

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