- Form 29-D refers from the story Poets at the Boarding House by Craig Fishbane
- Remodeling refers from the poem Grip by Worthy Evans
- When asked about my inner goddess refers from the poem Eating Seedless Watermelon by Jill Klein
Enjoy your week!
We had a lot of great submissions during our last Featured reading period, and we are pleased to present our newest featured writer: Stephen S. Mills. His three featured poems are available via his contributor page. Enjoy! Maybe you’ll find something in these poems (or other items on our site) to refer from/to? We should open for referred submissions again in the near future. Have a great week!
This week’s poem is Jill Klein’s Eating Seedless Watermelon which refers from Amorak Huey’s The Contortionist Twists the Bearded Lady’s Words & Things Get a Little Hairy Between Them.