Spoon River Poetry Review 38.1

While we’re waiting for the Winter 2014 edition of Spoon River Poetry Review, let’s take a look at a few Meridian poets whose work appears in the Summer 2013 issue.

Clayton Adam Clark, whose poem “Warehouse Staining” appears in fresh-off-the-presses Meridian 32, has a poem called “Wind Farm” featured in Spoon River, which you can read in its entirety via the journal’s website.

The issue includes a piece from Doug Ramspeck entitles “Day Elegies.” You’ll need a hard copy of Spoon River 38.1 to check it out, but you can revisit his poem “Untitled Love” from Meridian 29 on our website.


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