She always needs rescuing—
by Charity Gingerich

On the road today, complete with existential dust, September unfurling her mums and pillowed hills, I saw three dead animals: a raccoon with bloody lips just outside his home, the cornfield, green wainscot of the fields and sky; then, soft and sweater-grey, crumpled with buttons, a cat curled too soon in a driver’s haste. How … Continue reading She always needs rescuing—
by Charity Gingerich

Charity Gingerich

Charity Gingerich is from Akron/Canton, OH, but she lived in Morgantown, WV, and taught at WVU for the past six years. Last summer found her singing with a Mennonite choral group in Poland for 3 weeks. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in journals such as Moon City Review, The Laurel Review, Arts & … Continue reading Charity Gingerich

CPR Volume 17-4

October, 2015 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Andrés Cerpa, Late October Charity Gingerich, She always needs rescuing— Wendy Chen, Drunken Flowers Stephanie McCarley Dugger, As Far as You Carmen Germain, Wild Mind Derek JG Williams, Moving Targets Sarah Winter, Without Fail Danielle Mitchell, To Love … Continue reading CPR Volume 17-4