Poem Up At The American Journal Of Poetry

I’m thrilled to have my poem A Tandem Hang-Gliding Pilot Fails To Clip His Client’s Harness On included in Volume 8 of The American Journal Of Poetry! Many thanks to Robert Nazarene for his enthusiastic acceptance of this poem! This poem is my short take on a real incident – my longer take on it actually won the Difficult Fruit Poetry Prize in 2016. I am in the company of many poets I’ve long admired, so please check them out (Stephen Dunn, Bruce Bond, Robert Wrigley, Kyle Laws, Alexis Rhone Fancher, to name a few). And Happy New Year!

8 thoughts on “Poem Up At The American Journal Of Poetry

    1. Wow, Stephanie, thanks so much for your deep reading! I’m so happy this little poem captured the unsayable for you – that’s the best! 🙏💜💚💙

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  1. Human oversights can be devastating … human susceptibility to distraction so often shrugged off … incidents like this incredibly painful for all alive after … your poem helps spread awareness (and hopefully caution)

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    1. Thank you so much, Jazz! I really appreciate your insight and yes, I’m very thankful if this poem does indeed spread some awareness! That incident stayed with me a long time.

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