The Men in the Bar Asked for a Poem
by Diana Smith Bolton

So this is what I think: your apartments are tented with Oxford shirts on kitchen chairs, or there are no kitchen chairs. Women come and go. Together you have baseball and chanting “Let’s go, Washington!” over warming shots of Jack. At work, the water cooler is home. After, a bar is the water cooler. So … Continue reading The Men in the Bar Asked for a Poem
by Diana Smith Bolton

Diana Smith Bolton

Diana Smith Bolton is the founding editor of District Lit. Her work has recently appeared in Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Cactus Heart, Coldnoon, Jet Fuel Review, Lines + Stars, and elsewhere.

Volume 17, Issue 3 is Now Online

Cider Press Review, Volume 17, Issue 3 is now online. Enjoy new poems by M. Ross Henry, Carmen Germain, Catherine Moore, Erin Rodoni, Sarina Bosco, Diana Smith Bolton, SarahJordan Stout, Christina Seymour, Jan Bottiglieri, Sara Henning, Allison Joseph, Corrie Williams Kentner, Anthony Botti, Kathleen Brewin Lewis, Doug Ramspeck, Elise Gregory, Julia Bouwsma, Knud Sorensen (Translated … Continue reading Volume 17, Issue 3 is Now Online