I daydream about leaving you
by Danielle Jones-Pruett

for the Ramada, a Holiday Inn or, if I’m feeling fancy, the Hilton. With turndown service. Sometimes, it’s a Bed & Breakfast, where I’d sip coffee on the porch, turn pages, and talk to no one about nothing. But even that feels too intimate. I want empty drawers, my things heaped in a suitcase. A … Continue reading I daydream about leaving you
by Danielle Jones-Pruett

Danielle Jones-Pruett

Danielle Jones-Pruett is the winner of the 2011 Vella Poetry Prize and the recipient of a 2014 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Abject Press, First Inkling, Southern Women’s Review, and others. She works at UpSource and UMass, Boston.