Melissa Reeser Poulin

Melissa Reeser Poulin is the author of the chapbook Rupture, Light (Finishing Line Press 2019) and co-editor of Winged: New Writing on Bees (Poulin Publishing 2014). Her most recent poems and essays appear in Coffee + Crumbs, Hip Mama, Relief Journal, Ruminate Magazine, and Writers Resist. More at

CPR Volume 21-1

April, 2019 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Devon Miller-Duggan, Supplication Aura Christi, Dawn Alison Stone Drizzling Ghazal Sherry Rind, This time of year Caroline Goodwin, Common Plants of Nunavut Jen Karetnick, Misdirection Jennifer Bullis, Landscape with Mud and Prints .chisaraokwu., In Fretta Clara McLean, Pulmo … Continue reading CPR Volume 21-1

Kristin Berger’s Echolocation

Review by Melissa Reeser Poulin Kristin Berger’s newest collection of poems is a storm moving across the desert: expansive, quick moving, and deeply satisfying. In these technology-paced days when it’s hard to hear the inner voice, the poetry world is in need of work like this, connecting our oldest human stories—love and its loss, heartbreak … Continue reading Kristin Berger’s Echolocation