In Which She Thinks Bodiless & He is Deeply Human
by Erin Slaughter

1 In the parking lot his skin hums cherry blossom       & hers honeysuckle returned      wild summer takes & takes & gives up a bearing of teeth      to tackle young birds from their bright      Venus-bound flights 2 He gifts her words       gifts her tongue … Continue reading In Which She Thinks Bodiless & He is Deeply Human
by Erin Slaughter

Slaughter Erin

Erin Slaughter holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Western Kentucky University. She has been a finalist for Glimmer Train’s Very Short Fiction Contest, and was nominated for a Best of the Net Award and a Pushcart Prize. You can find her writing in River Teeth, Bellingham Review, Sundog Lit, Tishman Review, and elsewhere. She … Continue reading Slaughter Erin

CPR Volume 20-2

July, 2018 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Athena Kildegaard, I Have Never Sandra Kohler, Independence Day Elizabeth Knapp, My Past Life as a Puritan Joannie Stangeland, Out of Season Lauren Henley, The Orchard Spider & The Grub Susanna Lang, A Small Death Judy Kaber, Walking … Continue reading CPR Volume 20-2