Then your sister turns 16, and can strike the ball across the tennis court – harder than your parents could ever strike either of you. Her body rears up like a horse who knows it can leap the fence. You see it’s true. You see it when her feet churn the clay surface of the … Continue reading All Your Lives, Your Sister and You Wore Long Braids, by Jin Cordaro
Jin Cordaro’s poetry has appeared in Cider Press Review.
Cider Press Review’s inaugural web issue, CPR Volume 14, Issue 1, is now online. Read new work by Aran Donovan, Mercedes Lawry, Daye Phillippo, Janet Barry, Athena Kildegaard, Luke Whisnant, Tim Suermondt, James Cox, Wendy Drexler, Jin Cordaro, Ronda Broatch, Julia Esacove, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Cory McClellan, René Char, Nancy Naomi Carlson, Wendy Taylor Carlisle, … Continue reading Volume 14, Issue 1 Now Online