Richard Roundy continues to publish some of my long-time — and newly — favorite poets as poetry editor of the young webzine Across the Margin, and I’m grateful to join poets from Kit Robinson and Alan Bernheimer to Allison Cobb to Aaron Simon to Lewis Warsh and Paul Maziar, just to name a very few, with the second of two sets of poems. “The Verses” is excerpted from the long poem “Hello 2015” (a good-sized chunk of which appeared in the April Brooklyn Rail), while “What’s an Expat” makes its debut; both appear the now-available collection Expat Taxes (also available on Amazon). Read “The Verses” and “Hello 2015” here.
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