Category: poetry

Five Poems by Gerard Sarnat

HIGH DUDGEON  “The Dungeness crab, Cancer magister, is a species that inhabits eelgrass beds and water bottoms on the west coast of North America.” — Wikipedia Catching the crabs when I rendezvoused with an ex-patient that havoc-choked sophomoric freshman year at Stanford Medical School, in retrospect 1981 was […]

Two Poems by Anjali Enjeti

Alias INTRODUCTION In the months before I got married, 468 people asked me whether I was keeping my name. Zero asked my fiancé. I decided to hy-phen-ate because I wanted to shut-everyone-up. As a feminist, my decision should have been cut-and-dry. But I grew up in the Deep […]