use a lot of muscle, lifting that fence it’s rotting at the post: I can’t stop being seen, I’m glass gray streaks on the blue sky a bird crossing it charged with what’s in me the plane in the back of the sky blinks like a drone I come at the air it takes me till the trunk is danger… Read more →
Leah Claire Kaminski
Leah Claire Kaminski's poems appear or will soon in places like Bennington Review, Boston Review, Fence, Harvard Review, Massachusetts Review, The Rumpus, and Zyzzyva. Her poems have received honors including the C.D. Wright Emerging Poets’ Prize, Grand Prize in the Summer Literary Seminars Fiction & Poetry Contest, and runner up for Cutbank's Patricia Goedicke Prize. She is the author of three chapbooks from Dancing Girl Press, Harbor Editions, and Milk & Cake Press. Poetry Editor at The Dodge and Editorial Assistant at Seneca Review, Leah lives in Chicago. Find out more at www.leahkaminski.com.