Not the Notebook but Those Better Blessed
by Gillian Cummings

Try to not exist, said the gypsy, weaving white through wind. Red clover. Timid fleabanes, too scared to widen beyond their small spiked circles. A doe and fawn sauntering through a field of loosestrife, lost to sky’s names. Can you be in the ten thousand things and not be? said the granite grown mossy, licheny, … Continue reading Not the Notebook but Those Better Blessed
by Gillian Cummings

Gillian Cummings

Gillian Cummings is the author of My Dim Aviary, which was chosen as the winner of the 2015 Hudson Prize and will be published this fall by Black Lawrence Press. Recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Adroit Journal, Barrow Street, The Journal and Southern Indiana Review. She is also a visual artist.

CPR Volume 18-2

April, 2016 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Joan Colby, Testimony Mary Moore, Economy Rebecca Starks, On Tidying Up Ann V. DeVilbiss, In a Field, Far Carlie Hoffman, North Window Dianne Stepp, Hunger Stephanie Coyne DeGhett, The Colors Christopher Petruccelli, Verdigris Steven Sanchez, After Bobby Jindal … Continue reading CPR Volume 18-2