William Rudolph

William Rudolph—whose poetry has most recently appeared in Barrow Street, Blood & Bourbon, Briar Cliff Review, Slant, Steam Ticket, and Flint Hills Review—earned his MFA in Poetry from Vermont College. He is looking forward to taking his new grandson bowling at the Bowladrome in Grinnell, Iowa, where he coaches student writers both at Grinnell College … Continue reading William Rudolph

Seven-Ten Split at the
Cardinal Lanes
by William Rudolph

How much more grounding could this place be?—round rock, polished paths narrowing between ditches, culminating in a pyramid of ten balancing sticks—one more than those nine pins, circa 5000 B.C., excavated from an Egyptian child’s grave, carried by keglers through third century Germany, and set up in Manhattan for the 1840 opening of the Knickerbocker … Continue reading Seven-Ten Split at the
Cardinal Lanes
by William Rudolph

CPR Volume 21-3

October, 2019 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Marjorie Saiser, Advice to Self, Again M. Hlavka, The Island I Believed I Would Not Return to, and Wished to Find Again Shannon Castleton, He Asks Why I Can’t Get My Mind around Happiness Emma DePanise, Bittersweet Clam, … Continue reading CPR Volume 21-3