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Randolph Bridgeman lives in Lexngton Park, Maryland, beside the Chesapeake Bay and graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and is the recipient of the Edward T. Lewis Poetry Prize. He was a Lannan Fellow for the Folgers Shakespearian Theater 04-05 poetry reading series. He teaches Poetry for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students, enrolled in the 21st Century After School Program at Great Mills High School in Lexington Park MD. His poems have been published in numerous poetry reviews and anthologies. He has four books of poems, South of Everywhere 2005, Mechanic on Duty 2008, The Odd Testament 2013, and The Poet Laureate of Cracker Town 2015. His fifth book, Color Outside The Lines, is forthcoming in 2017.
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joseph must have had the toughest
Douglas Richardson is a poet, novelist, and editor who lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jen. He is also Winston, the Weak Creature Press bison. Visit him on the web here. See his books on Amazon here.
The following work is Copyright © 2016, and owned by Douglas Richardson and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Mean and Nice
I’d like to roll Wes Anderson’s
I’d like to give Van Gogh
I’d like to thank Ed Ruscha
I’d like to sit with Lady Di
The Street-Art Oil Painting
The street-art oil painting from Venice Beach, California,
I’d like to be in Bishop, California
I’d like to be in a booth in a diner looking at the snowy mountains
Men in black beanies sit in a Jack in the Box