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“Once Was”

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“Kadushxeet” / “Writing”

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“N’ikpeazu” / “Later”

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“Malångu I Maga’håga” / “The Woman Chief is Ill”

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Broadside of the poem “Malångu I Maga’håga” / “The Woman Chief is Ill” by Jay Baza Pascua with art by Lisa Sette. The image is a black and white photograph of a misty field with a tree in the background. The poem lays on top of the image. Gray shades predominate.

“Mothers”

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“Round Baby Imagines Ships Made of Steel and Stars”

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“fold”

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“Childhood Reading”

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“Buen Consejo (Good Advice)”

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“(Hiding) Names”

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“Separation”

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“Dark Matter”

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“Semblance” (Bailey & Becker)

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“Semblance” (Page & Becker)

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“To the Color”

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“Niece”

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“River Jubilee”

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“Meeting My Father for an Afternoon Drink”

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“My Father’s Hearing Aid”

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“Backyard”

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“The Butterfly Farm”

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The broadside “The Butterfly Farm” by poet Nicole Callahan and artist Amy Meissner. The poem rests underneath a photograph of a quilted square, yellow and white predominate. The quilted pattern is made of many swirling and circular pieces of fabric.

“Two Potatoes” / “Dwa ziemniaki”

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“Pepsi”

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“Almost Spring”

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“Station”

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“A Poem by Brian McGuigan”

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“Monkey”

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The broadside "Monkey" by poet Dara-Lyn Shrager and artist Amy Meissner. The poet rests on a yellow and white striped wall background. Below it is a drawn stuffed monkey, holding three bewildered looking children in its arms. Yellow, brown and red predominate.

“Bereavement Dinner”

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"Bereavement Dinner" - Poem by Emma Sovich, Art by Kara Searcy - a Broadsided Press Collaboration

“Tile Drainage”

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"Tile Drainage" - Poem by Christopher Lee Miles, Art by Kara Searcy - a Broadsided Press Collaboration

“The Red House, Indiana”

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"The Red House, Indiana" - Prose by Renee K Nelsen, Art by Cheryl Gross - a Broadsided Press Collaboration