Open-Mic Readers, April 2017

April is national poetry month.  Poetry is the voice of the people, so, to celebrate this annual event, the Willow Glen Poetry Project invites the audience to share two poems, one by a favorite poet, and one by the reader.  In April, we have no ‘featured reader’ because we are all the featured readers.

And poets are like cats, very individual, very ‘unherdable,’ if I may say so.  As you can see from the list below, some folks read a single poem, either by a famous poet, or by him or herself; some read two poems by a famous poet, or two of their own.  It is always a delightful mix, from Elvis Costello to T. S. Eliot.  Here is what we heard:

Dennis Richardson “Wild Geese,” by Mary Oliver; and “Universality”
Nick Butterfield “PTSD,” and “Vet,” read by Dennis Richardson
Christine Richardson “On the Subject of Poetry,” by W.S. Merwin
Amy Meier “The Secret,” by Denise Levertov
Bert Glick “Thanksgiving Nightmare,” by Julia Vinograd
Erin Redfern “Phone Call,” by Tony Hoagland, and “Miracle of the Roses”
Sandip Bhattacharya “The Heart,”‘ by Mary Oliver, and “The Tall Distance”
Dennis Noren “In Our Craft or Sullen Art,” by Dylan Thomas; and haiku
Diane Moomey “Ode to my Socks,” by Pablo Neruda; and “Podiatria”
Jerry Dyer “Panhandler,” by Franz Wright; and “Tous les jours”
Eike Waltz “A London Hairy Tale,” and “Butt Naked”
Jeanine Corneliussen “New Lace Sleeves,” by Elvis Costello; and “Finding Clarity”
Lita Kurth “We Lived Happily During the War,” by Ilya Kaminsky; and “Mother of all Bombs”
Larry Hollist “Abd el-Hadi Fights a Superpower,” by Taha Muhammad Ali; and “Sorrow”
Katy Caselli “Walking the Hall in Circles”
Lesa Medley “Two Countries,” and “Gate A4,” by Naomi Shihab Nye
Jeffrey Leonard “First Sips,” by Larry Snydal; and “Remembering Rosie Hamlin
Jim Russo “Ode to Santa Cruz,” by Robert Sward; and “Barbara Lee”
Keith Emmons “The Waking,” by Theodore Roethke; and “The Teapot Speaks”
Dave Eisbach “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” by T. S. Eliot; and “Encounter”
Judith Schallberger “Beethoven Quartet,” by Linda Pastan; and a haiku
Hank Millstein “Where Life Awaits,” by Charles Gibbs; and “Apologia Catholica”
Renée Schell “Spring,” by Edna St. Vincent Millay; and “For Kaylan, Who Likes Maps”
Jenny Luu “Leaves Compared to Flowers,” by Robert Frost; and “Autumn Leaves”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Seventy Anyone,” by William Stafford; and “Redwood Sapling”
Floi Baker “Last Night I was Sleeping,” by Antonio Machado; and “The Breeze at Dawn”
Casey FitzSimons “The Owl and the Pussycat,” by Edward Lear; and “The Still Creep of Sap”

Poets, please let us know if our list needs corrections or additions. Names and titles are easy to miss in the excitement of the evening. Especially this month!

Open-Mic Readers, March 2017

 

Keith Emmons “Moondrifter Reverie”
Larry Hollist “Death of a Nation”
Joe Navarro “Animal Behavior”
Lesa Medley “On Leaving Maui”
Deborah Kennedy “Sisters”
Dennis Richardson “Desirable Weights for Men”
Diane Moomey “Verandah”
Eike Waltz “La Gioconda”
Bert Glick “For Linda”
Jim Russo “Whole Foods”
Barbara Saxton “In Concert”
Jerry Dyer “Traffic Report”
Amy Meier “My Back”
Dana Grover haiku
Dave Eisbach “Surprises”
Jeffrey Leonard “Satisfaction”
Judith Schallberger haiku/ tanka
Karen Franzenburg “The Isle”
Richard Burns “Ode to Sadness”
Charles Albert “Narcissistic Tweets of the Bloviating Sociopath”
Janice Garcia “Mouth of Mirth”
Floi Baker “I Am Memory Alive”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Silent Stream”
Christine Richardson Seamus Heaney’s “Digging”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, December 2016

Light verse for dark times:

Nick Butterfield “Birth”
Karen Franzenburg “Shine”
Larry Hollist “The Seeker of Truth”
Doug Nelson “a dream after a war”
Eike Waltz “Slit-Fit-Chair”
Dennis Richardson “My Christmas Gift”
Leslie Hoffman “Today, a Son of Africa”
Jerry Dyer “How to be Saved”
Dave Eisbach “Another Christmas”
Hank Millstein “An Expostulation to My Daughter”
Dana Grover a few haiku
Maya Nair “An Image of Beatific”
Jeffrey Leonard “There Will Never Be Another You”
Charles Albert “My Uncle Has a Loony Bent”
Floi Baker “Tribute”
Christine Richardson “Who Waits,” and “Caroling for the Season

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, November 2016

Deborah Kennedy presented an amazing show, combining intricate art and delicate poetry.  The open mic readers followed in this sequence:

Joel Katz “Night”
Larry Hollist “Horse”
Keith Emmons “Looking for the Sweater Draped Over My Shoulders”
Dave Eisbach “The Moons of 2016”
Diane Moomey “The Friendly Skies”
Dennis Richardson “Numbers”
Eike Waltz “Allen Ginsberg on my Bagel”
Andrew Reynolds “The Leaf”
Jerry Dyer “Ende Eines Sommers,” by Gunter Eich
Jeffrey Leonard on Mose Allison, Leonard Cohen, Leon Russell
Pushpa MacFarlane “Constant Video”
Doug Nelson “Arthritis”
Amy Meier “Note to Self”
Dana Grover “Reginald”
Richard Burns “Lies Incorporated”
Floi Baker “November Moon”
Christine Richardson “Making the Best of It”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, September 2016

Fall is near, and a tone of elegy was frequently present

Jerry Dyer “Allusions”
Casey FitzSimons “Love Story”
Barbara Saxton “Harbinger,” by Ilyse Kusnetz
Vicki Harvey “Momma and Snowball”
Lesa Medley “”Prudence”
Leslie Hoffman “Hereafter”
Diane Moomey “When I am old”
Al Nightingale “untitled”
Eike Waltz “The Coronation of the DADA Donald”
Deborah Kennedy “Impute Salute”
Dave Eisbach “Freedom,” by Tien Nguyen
Dennis Noren “Ode to the Sensors at Street Lights”
Jeffrey Leonard “Tribute”
Jim Russo “A Day at the Races”
Dennis Richardson “The Coming and Going (for Maxwell)”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Kitchen Encounters”
Maria Bagphy “End”
Larry Hollist “Haiku”
Nick Butterfield “They Thought the Truth No Longer Lay”
Richard Burns “Letter Left Behind”
Amy Meier “Support the Troops,” by Jacob George
Floi Baker “untitled”
Juliane Tran “Medication”
Bonnie George “Thunder Chicken”
Christine Richardson “No More Tears”

Open-Mic Readers, August 2016

A late summer night, full of song and verse.

Casey FitzSimons “Back in a Time”
Joe Navarro “From Momentary Peace”
Nick Butterfield “Stain”
Amy Meier “Hunger”
Eike Waltz “”Traditional X”
Leslie Hoffman “Haiku XVII”
Diane Moomey “Pilgrimage”
Jim Russo “Barbara Lee”
Jerry Dyer “Cafe Lonely”
Dave Eisbach ” An Ode to Odin”
Janet Trenchard “What Women are Wearing”
Deborah Kennedy “Two Rivers at Hill’s End”
Jeffrey Leonard “Do not Ridicule the Small”
Al Nightingale untitled
Jessica Sauceda “Pulse”
Dennis Noren “Quake Perception”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Bound to Earth”
Dennis Richardson “At Tartines Corner Bakery Cafe in San Francisco”
Richard Burns “The Little Joys of Life”
Mike McGee “Sleepwalker”
Charles Albert “Your Obituary”
Sandip Bhattacharya untitled
Lorenz Dumuk untitled
Larry Hollist “The Snake River Stampede”
Christine Richardson “Little Poem,” in response to W.S. Merlin’s “After the Dragonflies”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, July 2016

A transcendent mid-summer night of poetry.

Deborah LeFalle “Revisioning 71”
Karen Franzenburg “We Will Remember”
Joel Katz Translation of Ingmar Heytze’s “So long as you don’t write hymns of praise”
Lesa Medley “Driftwood”
Janet Trenchard “Smoke”
Dennis Noren “There are not two sides to every story”
Diane Moomey “Expecting Poetry”
Vicki L. Harvey “Heart Song”
Amy Meier “Living without Fear in the USA”
Dave Eisbach “Obituaries”
Jeffrey Leonard “Thank you for your service”
Renée Schell “Spelling Inventory”
Nick Butterfield “Sure Advice”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Not of a Feather”
Erin Redfern “What Makes Some Small Thoughts Stick”
Mike McGee “Dear Neil Armstrong”
Dana Grover “Pantoum”
Bill Cozzini “Blooming”
Larry Hollist “Electroechocardiogram”
Sathvik Nair “Go Bears!”
Barbara Saxton “Fossil Heart”
Joan Marx “Old Ladies”
Dennis Richardson “Of Grandparents”
Jessica Sauceda “Paradise”
Jerry Dyer “On Watching Arthur Rhodes dust off the Tigers, August 9, 1993”
Jim Russo “My Day”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, June 2016

June’s Willow Glen poets heard poems that ranged the world, from Work to the Hereafter.

Dennis Noren “Work”
Jim Russo “Laura”
Mary Pacifico Curtis “Together Now”
Parthenia Hicks “Arguing in the Women’s Bathroom”
Joel Katz “Worry”
Tiffany Oallesma Galicia “Flicker”
Nancy Fowler “Sulter Buttes Snow Geese”
Larry Hollist untitled
Doug Nelson “Anchors”
Valerie Kockelman “Despair, Somebody Take Notice”
Karen Llewellyn “Rabaul Bay”
Dana Grover 3 or 4 Haiku
Alexey Romanovskiy “Hangar Desert 2”
Leslie Hoffman “Hereafter”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, May 2016

 

Nick Butterfield “You Had Me at Goodbye,” and “Cowboy Love”
Renée Schell “At the Aquarium”
Nancy Meyer “What If I Go?”
Amy Meier “Some Things Change”
Laura Sylvan “Vigil”
Deborah Kennedy “Wandering Communities”
Diane Moomey “Robe”
Dennis Richardson “Naming the Animals”
Jerry Dyer “Sowbelly and Moonlight”
Bill Cozzini “On Time”
Leslie Hoffman “Carousel Spins”
Janet Trenchard “Spirits”
Dave Eisbach “Marbles”
Al Nightingale “Knights of the Roundtable”
Jim Russo “Fill Out the Form”
Pushpa MacFarlane “The Verandah”
Larry Hollist “Guarding Steph Curry”
Valerie Kochelman “A Snow White Egret Appeared to Me: Was it a Sign?”
Tim Callan “The Note”
Nadine Thomas “Open Letter to My Mother”
Tiffany Oallesma Galicia “Garden Path”
Karen Franzenburg “The Price They Paid”
Richard Burns “TV is Somethin'”
Christine Richardson “Jim Harrison and I”

Open-Mic Readers, March 2016

 

Nancy Meyer “Dear Moma, my Weathervane”
Vicki Harvey Untitled
Lesa Medley “Uncle Jerry”
Leslie Hoffman “Rudy Bridge”
Andrew Reynolds “I Must Go to the Sea”
Janet Trenchard “The Two Things”
Stephanie Pressman “Hawk”
Jeffrey Leonard two 19th C. Irish poets: John Boyle O’Reilly and W.B. Yeats
Barbara Saxton “Refugees”
Peter Carroll “March Madness”
Katherine Wilson “Ultimatum”
Pushpa MacFarlane “The Labyrinth”
Dave Eisbach “Tap, tap, tap”
Doug Nelson “Predation”
Karen Franzenburg “Irish”
Larry Hollist “Spring and Fall”
Amy Meier “Preserve the Nation”
Clysta Seney “Japanese Flower Arrangement,” by June Hayashi
Dennis Richardson “Nature and Regrets”
Tim Callan “Puppet Show”
Renée Schell “To My Red-Haired Mother”
Sathvik Nair “Double Identity”
Richard Burns “I Want to Hear You”
Tim Rimel “Grace”
Christine Richardson “When Nouns Are Forced to Flee”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, February 2016

 

Laura Brown “Meditation on a Plane to Tampa”
Jeffrey Leonard “Self-Portrait Reconsidered”
Joel Katz “Near Mojave California”
Joe Navarro “Winged Palabras for Francisco X. Alarcon”
Joan Marx “Wedding Song”
Erin Redfern “The Donald, C’est Moi
Lesa Medley “This Poem”
Clysta Seney “We”
Renée Schell “In Which I Ask a Favor”
Deborah Kennedy “Call for Peace”
Doug Nelson “West Highland,” by Thomas Lynch
Pushpa MacFarlane “Transference”
Tim Cullen “Archeology”
Al Nightingale
Larry Hollist “3rd Index to Third Thursday”
Karen Franzenburg “Evermore”
Muriel Karr “My Lantern”
Casey FitzSimons
Lucila “Arte Poetica,” by Jorge Luis Borges
Tom Rimel “Homeless”
Craig Bever “Footsteps”
Dennis Richardson “Spam”
Millicent Kellogg “I Hear Everything”
Christine Richardson “When First I Lay to Rest”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, August 2015

This summer night was redolent  with the essence of distilled poems.

Balmy summer air

Words and lingering sighs

Willow Glen Poetry Meet!

 

Vicki Harvey 3 Haiku
Lesa Medley 3 Haiku
Caesar Kauftheil “Potholes”
Janet Trenchard “Circling”
Amy Meier “Borderland”
Diane Moomey “Once During the Drought”
Jerry Dyer “Status Update”
Dennis Richardson Haiku
Jeffrey Leonard Haiku
Al Nightengale several small poems
Sathvik Nair “Pawn on a Chessboard”
Andrew Reynolds “Tap”
Clysta Seney 3 haiku
Dave Eisbach “Life Notes”
Renée Schell “For Kathleen”
Barbara Saxton “Puente del Inca”
Valerie Kockelman “Widow”
Larry Hollist Haiku
Erin Redfern “After Academia,” by Jane Hirshfield
Roger Abe Haiku/Tanka sequence
Judith Schallberger 3 haiku
Carol Steele Haiku
Pushpa MacFarlane Haiku
Patricia Machmiller “County Airport”
Sandip Bhattacharya “Falling,” by Leonard Nathan
Christine Richardson 2 haiku

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, July 2015

Things were heating up in July!

David Zeltzer “New Horizons”
Karen Franzenburg “What a Thrill”
Joe Navarro “The Big Confederate X”
Joel Katz “Story”
Dennis Noren “Hornworm,” by Stanley Kunitz
Dennis Richardson “With a Little”
Diane Moomey “Writing You”
Millicent Kellogg “Not Necessarily a Road”
Len Anderson “The Haunting”
Judith Schallberger Tanka and Haiku
Leslie Hoffman “Untitled”
Clysta Seney “Fixing the System,” by Gary Snyder
Amy Meier “Natural World”
Janet Trenchard “Drive”
Renée Schell “Classical Nightmare”
Jenny Luu “Teddy’s Story”
Dave Eisbach “Girls”
Larry Hollist “Breath”
Jeanne Watson “Phil”
Valerie Kockelman “Two Widowed People”
Floi Baker “The Pink Fish”
Hudson Washburn “Simple”
Jerry Dyer “The Bent Elbow”
Christine Richardson “A Knock on the Door,” by James Tate

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, June 2015

June Bugs 🙂

Nick Butterfield “Cheerios”; “Alleluia”
David Zeltzer “She Sweetly Murmurs”
Andrew Reynolds “Father’s’ House”
Casey FitzSimons “I Confess”
Al Nightingale
Deborah Kennedy “Regeneration _____?
Leslie Hoffman “Upon….”
Janet Trenchard “Cool Side”
Karen Franzenburg “Circle”
Jan McEwan “Scavenger Angel”
Barbara Saxton “MoneyMeals”
Dennis Noren “A Goose Game of Hoops”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Crabapples”
Mia Guraydin “My Beauty”
Dave Eisbach “The Spare Tee”
Amy Meier “American Dream”
Dennis Richardson “As If”
Valerie Kockelman “St. Petersburg, Russia”
Valerie Kockelman “St. Petersburg, Russia”
Shanti Tangri “First Love/Greek Goddess”
Karl Kadie “Shower Writer”
Bonnie George “Constant Changes”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, May 2015

A spring bouquet of poesie!

Deborah LaFallo “The Creek in the Glen is Choking”
David Zeltzer “Eat the Lion Heart”
Nancy Meyer “No Easy Blossom”
Leslie Hoffman “Mind of a Child”
Stephanie Pressman “Reading Books at Sea”
A.L. Nightingale
Dennis Richardson “Flirting with God”
Millicent Kellogg “Love Life of Blossoms”
David Eisbach “Numbers 2”
Ann Singh “Sweet Smooth Warm Liquor”
Karl Kadic “Reserve 1202”
Jerry Dyer “Light Falls”
Renée Schell “fMRI”
Bill Coutley “Justa Cuppa”
Barbara Saxton “Surprise Me”
Larry Hollist “Suess Poem”
Valerie Kockelman “Where Did My Father Live?”
Shanti Tangri “First Love”
Floi baker “Fire”
Esther Kamkar “Crossings”
Robert Perry “Copper and Wood”
Hudson Washburn “Perpetuity”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, March 2015

Oh, what a night…!

Erica Goss “Telegenic”
Vicki Harvey “Spring Memories”
John Price “Opera: Dead Man Walking”
Lesa Medley “On the Outs”
Peter Carroll “Lombardy Spring”
Dennis Richardson “Ukelele Charlie”
Leslie Hoffman “The Scent of Almond Blossoms”
Robbie Sugg “Bohemian Dream”
Shanti Tangri “Isaac’s Complaint”
John Landry “No Neutral”
Jenny Luu “Beauty in Silence”
Renée Schell “Song for Late Summer”
Jerry Dyer “In Bluebell Time”
Doug Nelson “Photoshop”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Circle Time”
Andrew Reynolds “I Must Go to the Sea”
Nick Butterfield “Basic Aeronautics”
Dave Eisbach “Beneath It All”
Judith Schallberger Announcements
Robin Lysne “Making Love to Billy Collins or Not”
Janet Trenchard “Head First”
Larry Hollist “Second Hand Son”
Floi Baker “Memories”
Bonnie George “Grammar School Days in L.A.”
Katie Carter “Cento”
Henry Millstein “The Bird Watcher Faces the Allure of the World”
Christine Richardson “Answer to the Question”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, February 2015

After an inspiring reading by featured reader, Robbie Sugg, more local poets took to the podium

Joel Katz “Our Valley” by Philip Levine
Casey FitzSimons “On Entering the Shed”
Jerry Dyer “Monkeymind.com”
Sandip Bhattacharya Love Poems by Nizar Qabbani & “The Life We Build”
Barbara Saxton “Immortality”
Erin Redfern “House Fly Blog”
Al Nightingale 3 poems from a musical series
Judith Schallberger Tanka
Nick Butterfield “Without Glasses”
Amy Meier 2 Haiku
Bea Garth “Giorgio”
Chris Arins “Giddy”
Jeffrey Leonard “Doran Park Marsh Walk”
Larry Hollist “Scgetti/Meatball”
Paul Highby “Hiking Haiku”
Floi Baker “February Remembrance”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Mystery Valentine”
Kelly Cressio-Moeller “Something to Remember”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, January 2015

January saw a few poets coming in from the cold!

 Nick Butterfield Haiku : “New” and “Day One”
Karen Franzenburg “Mendocino Memories”
Bill Cozzini “Cowtipping”
Lesa Medley “Rediscovering Passion”
Barbara Saxton “In and Out Burghers”
Judith Schallberger 2014 Haiku Anthology poems
 Leslie Hoffman “Rudy Bridge”
Jenny Luu “Battling Stress”
Dennis Noren “The Fountain,” by Denise Levertov
Renée Schell “First Love Song”
 Jaci Hall “Quoins and Dingbats”
 Dennis Richardson “Thursday’s Poem Has Far to Go”
Caesar Kent “Nomad”
Pushpa MacFarlane “Sound Asleep”
Floi Baker “Written on a Calif. Jan. Day”
Jerry Dyer “Moon Set”
Christine Richardson “Afterwards”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, December 2014

An enjambment of poets gathered for the December open-mic

Jeffrey Leonard “Peterson- 50%”
Karen Franzenburg “Hope Vanished”
Beth Phillips Brown “Thinking of Madeline on a Summer Evening”
Robbie Sugg Untitled (part of “Bohemian Dream”
Al Nightingale Two small poems
Barbara Saxton “Wintry Thoughts”
 Millicent Kellogg “Christmas Wish List”
Amy Meier “Christmas Beans”
Dennis Richardson “From Moment to Moment”
Jim Russo “Superbowl Sunday 2011”
Evelyn So “The Trip to the Lincoln Institute”
 Judith Schallberger Haiku contest winners
Erin Redfern “I Don’t Want to Look”
Janet Trenchard “Memory Hag”
Renée Schell “Beyond Vienna”
Len Anderson “Door”
Joel Katz “The One”
Leslie Hoffman “Reverie”
John Landry “A War to Warm Their Psalms By”
 Vuong Vu “Move On”
Pushpa MacFarlane “On Target”
David Eisbach “Winter Nocturne,” by Philip Larkin
Christine Richardson “December”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.

Open-Mic Readers, November 2014

We had a great turn out as usual!

 Kelly Cressio-Moeller “Ithaka”
Vicki L. Harvey “Sensibilities”
Howard Pugh “To Men At Home In The Land”
Lesa Medley “The Door Is Open”
Jerry Dyer “Liebestod”
Diane Moomey “Brie”
 Al P? “The Last Summer”
Millicent Kellogg “The Bee”
Jennifer Glover “Psalm 23”
Erin Redfern “Fauntleroy Ferry”
 Jaci Hall “Quoins and Dingbats”
 Renée Schell “Cucaracha”
Jeffrey Leonard Untitled
Barbara Saxton “Venus’ Intransigence”
Erica Goss “At 13 I Let a Boy Shoot My Dog With a BB Gun”
Nick Butterfield “Detox”
Dave Eisbach “Gnats”
Janet Trenchard “Pool Light”
Dennis Noren “Fool Proof Instructions”
 Amy Meier “Not This One”
Katie Carter Untitled
Dennis Richardson “To Hope and Have Not”
William Baldwin “People and Bodies”
Jenny Luu “Like No Other”
Sandip Bhattacharya “Cosmology”
Floi Baker ?
Valerie Kockelman “In Praise of Birds of Prey”
Christine Richardson “A Zen Encounter with the Fishmonger at Whole Foods”

If you see errors above in the names of the poets or poems, please write to us at willowglenpoetry@gmail.com with the corrected information.