THE SUMMER POETS ON THE INTERNET THINK THEY INVENTED THE WORD YEARNING: (AND MAYBE WE DID):
HERMIONE GRANGER ERASES HER PARENTS’ MEMORIES
to be read down separately, and then across
WHEN WE LEFT THE COURTHOUSE / YOU PULLED A KNIFE OUT
Linette Reeman is a transsexual cryptid and interdisciplinary archivist from the Jersey Shore. They were the winner of the 2018 Charter Oak Award for Best Historical Poem from Alternating Current Press, the co-winner of the inaugural collaboration competition from Sundog Lit, and they have work in the 2017 Bettering American Poetry anthology. Pieces from their 2019 collection INVENTION OF THE MOUTH (Dream Pop Press) have been nominated for multiple Pushcart and Best of the Net prizes. They want to hear about your favorite bridge.