Mr. Mayor Offers to Splurge on Whatever You Desire: Sale Items Only
by Andrew Wittstadt

Two heartbreaks ago you said, “no trash heaps, no more” but the shopping mall’s much better in the afternoons when everyone else is working, shoveling organs from the left pile to the right. “All’s fair sale,” said Mr. Mayor. The dogs followed behind close enough to trip on his trousers. “Sale today,” he said. “Buying … Continue reading Mr. Mayor Offers to Splurge on Whatever You Desire: Sale Items Only
by Andrew Wittstadt

Andrew Wittstadt

Andrew Wittstadt is currently an MFA candidate in poetry at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana where he serves as poetry editor for The McNeese Review. His work has appeared in The New Limestone Review and Foothill: A Journal of Poetry, among others.

CPR Volume 20-4

January, 2019 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Philip Memmer, The God of Importance Eileen Moeller, Sappho Collaborations: But I To You Jen Karetnick, Incantation for Akimbo Alison Stone Timely Ghazal Alice Pettway, Lignin Andrew Wittstadt, Mr. Mayor Offers to Splurge on Whatever You Desire: Sale … Continue reading CPR Volume 20-4