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Graham Fulton lives in Paisley in Scotland. His 14 published books include Humouring the Iron Bar Man (Polygon), One Day in the Life of Jimmy Denisovich (Smokestack Books), Photographing Ghosts (Roncadora Press) and Pub Dogs of Glasgow (Freight Books). His poems
have been translated into several languages. His most
recent collections are Brian Wilson in Swansea Bus Station (Red Squirrel Press) and Paragraphs at the End of the World (Penniless Press). He runs Controlled Explosion Press.
The following work is Copyright © 2016, and owned by Graham Fulton and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
I open a drawer in Sheridan Wyoming
We don’t want the ethnic cleaner to think
Dan Hendrickson lives in Minneapolis. He is a middle-aged poet, with a blizzard gray beard. He’s sedate, but a reflective fellow, one prone to introspection. About life, Hendrickson will only say, "Over time, our borders are erased."
The following work is Copyright © 2016, and owned by Dan Hendrickson and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Los Angeles Plays Itself
The Los Angeles River