Angela Dribben

Angela Gregory-Dribben’s poetry and essays can be found or are forthcoming in Main Street Rag, Deep South, San Pedro River Review, Crab Creek Review, Crack the Spine, New Southern Fugitive, and others. A Bread Loaf alum, she is currently a student in Randolph College’s MFA.

CPR Volume 22-2

July, 2020 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Derek JG Williams, Jungfrau, With Wild Cows Michael Atkinson, Evolution Robert Beveridge, The Eels Have It Simone Regina Adams, Looking at a Child’s Drawing from Theresienstadt Cheryl Ann Passanisi, Trieste Kevin King, Obit: Licia Albanese, 105 Nick Conrad, … Continue reading CPR Volume 22-2

Dead Shark on the N Train
by Susana H. Case

Review by Angela Gregory-Dribben Susana H. Case’s Dead Shark on the N Train, proof of a poet’s practice in discernment, demonstrates the existence, and subsequent power of seeing, gender parallels across cultures and time. Poems whisk readers away on global expeditions. We visit a Portuguese colony in India where “churches are full of doves that … Continue reading Dead Shark on the N Train
by Susana H. Case