Waiting with My Mother in the Calimax Parking Lot
by Eloisa Amezcua

Listening through the static of the radio, a man sells divorces sin dificultades. Mothers push children in shopping carts across the pavement as the store empties, each worn-out button on the dashboard illuminated blue. We keep hush-hush about certain things: how cellulite impregnates the legs of women walking past the car; that I don’t like … Continue reading Waiting with My Mother in the Calimax Parking Lot
by Eloisa Amezcua

Eloisa Amezcua

Eloisa Amezcua is an Arizona native. She recently finished her MFA at Emerson College and works in Cambridge, MA. She’s received scholarships from the NY State Summer Writers Institute, the Bread Loaf Translator’s Conference and the Vermont College of Fine Arts Post-Graduate Workshop.

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