Chera Hammons

Chera Hammons is a graduate of the MFA in Creative Writing program at Goddard College. Her work has appeared in Beloit Poetry Journal, Rattle, Tupelo Quarterly, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and elsewhere. Her books include Amaranthine Hour (winner of the 2012 Jacar Press Chapbook Award) and Recycled Explosions (Ink Brush Press, 2016). She is a winner … Continue reading Chera Hammons

You’ve Never Seen Me Grill a Hotdog Before
by Dustin Hellberg

The day made everything about sex and why shouldn’t it? The day uses words like ‘sluice’ and ‘kith’. The day dares you to ‘be the real you’. The day is just another perspective among the many serious ways of defining perspective, you visitor, here in the gift shop, here among many impossible positions of the … Continue reading You’ve Never Seen Me Grill a Hotdog Before
by Dustin Hellberg

CPR Volume 19-1

April, 2017 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS John A. Nieves, April Chera Hammons, Evergreen Sandra Kohler, Spring Comes to Tonawanda Street Catherine Moore, Mirthful Elm on the Edge of the Lawn, Perhaps Beside an Elated Basket of Laundry (Bob Ross) by Catherine Moore Mary Moore, … Continue reading CPR Volume 19-1