Hurricane Autumn
by Autumn McClintock

Known already as a kind of weather, it’s unlikely a hurricane will share my name. Wind in both of us, a drumming down. Some time since I considered throwing a car through a window or twisting train tracks into a swan. I like a personal calamity, slow wrecking over years. Until with a sudden whirling … Continue reading Hurricane Autumn
by Autumn McClintock

Autumn McClintock

Autumn McClintock lives in Philadelphia and works at the public library. Poems of hers have recently appeared or are forthcoming in The Account, Cimarron Review, Denver Quarterly, Permafrost, Sonora Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, and others. Her chapbook, After the Creek, was published in 2016. She is a staff reader for Ploughshares.

CPR Volume 21-2

July, 2019 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Marjorie Saiser, So the Road Was Cut by Women Anna Girgenti, Memory of Highway 20 West Devon Miller-Duggan, My Mother Grasped My Hands in Hers Michael Hardin, Spiral Journey Jessica Rigney, An Aside Evalyn Lee, In Life Caroline … Continue reading CPR Volume 21-2