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Three Poems

Three Poems

Remember when you lived by a single quote, / repeated most days / with a fundamentalist zeal, / little need to say more?

Airdra

Airdra

After Airdra divorced me, I gained forty pounds and killed our parakeet. I should have let Airdra take her beloved bird but inflicting pain was my top priority.

Green Mountains Review, based at Northern Vermont University, is an annual, award-winning literary magazine publishing poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, literary essays, interviews, and book reviews by both well-known writers and promising newcomers.

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New Issue Almost Here!

  Our 2011 winter issue ran a little late this year, but the wait's been worth it.  Weighing in at nearly 300 pages, Volume 24, no. 2 of GMR features poetry by Todd Boss, Olena Kalytiak Davis, Stephen Dunn, Bob Hicok, Major Jackson, Carl Phillips, Katherine...

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Why Write? #3:  Ben Aleshire

Why Write? #3: Ben Aleshire

        Our third installment of our Why Write? guest blogger series brings us Ben Aleshire, who typed up the below and mailed it to us from France.  One cannot emphasize enough the pleasure of receiving a typed note from France, the letters...

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Why Write? #2:  Stephen Dunn

Why Write? #2: Stephen Dunn

Welcome to the second installment in our "Why Write?" guest blogger series, in which GMR contributors very generously attempt to unravel for us why they do what they do.  Daryl Scroggins kicked off the series last month, and we're pleased now to present poet Stephen...

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Why Write? #1:  Daryl Scroggins

Why Write? #1: Daryl Scroggins

Welcome to our new guest blogger series "Why Write?," in which we harry some of GMR's contributors with that old question -- damnably obtuse, damnably pointed -- Why do you write? Future guest bloggers will include Stephen Dunn, Norman Lock, Tony Magistrale, Laird...

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David Huddle on Becoming a Writer

David Huddle, a frequent contributor to GMR, has a lovely essay up at 1rst Books:  Stories of How Writers Get Started in which he reflects on his beginnings as poet: Poetry is so intimidating that I spent years sidling up to it. . . .  Poetry was a big rich family at...

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