Conjoined Twins
by Yehoshua November

My father was a resident in the hospital when my young mother gave birth to them. Two bodies and one heart. And hearing that the pathologists at that teaching institution were coming to learn the lessons science’s rare cases could teach, my father turned the combination on his locker and concealed the stillborn baby boys … Continue reading Conjoined Twins
by Yehoshua November

Yehoshua November

Yehoshua November is the author of God’s Optimism, which was named a finalist for the L.A. Times Book Prize in Poetry, Autumn House Poetry Prize, and Tampa Review Prize for Poetry. His work has appeared in The Sun Magazine, Virginia Quarterly Review, Prairie Schooner, and on NPR’s The Writer’s Almanac.  The Jewish Week named November one of the 36 “Best and Brightest Innovators and Visionaries” under … Continue reading Yehoshua November

CPR Volume 18-1

January, 2016 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Danielle Mitchell, Knowledge Janet Hagelgans, First Kill Judy Kronenfeld, Hallowed Freeze, Exalted Thaw Amanda Lou Doster, You are expected to be more decorous than linoleum Jennifer Bullis, In That Time of Skiing I Was Always Wrong T.J. Sandella, … Continue reading CPR Volume 18-1