Tag Archives: poetry

New England Review

Macri_NewEnglandReview_2019.jpg“Current” and “Interstellar Dust” appear in the latest New England Review. These poems exist because of my cousin Barbara. You are still with us.

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Redactions

Macri_Redactions_Whitman_2019.jpg“From the Latin Purpureus, Meaning ‘Crimson’ but Mistaken for ‘Purple'” addresses being first- and second-generation American in the latest issue of Redactions. Although this poem isn’t part of this issue’s tribute to Whitman’s 200th birthday, it navigates borders that Whitman used to love blurring. And someday I will leave this country again and not be afraid of border patrol when re-entering.