A Protective Impulse

A Protective Impulse

We want to believe that there is nothing natural about numbers. These ciphers are our perfect projections, whom we marshal and archive, in endless right angles. Though they have pores and spines, the tables we fashion for them are not carcasses or skeletons, not birds shorn of feathers and skin. read more
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Origin Story

This afternoon, Iris’s mother plans to swallow a pill that will dissolved her thyroid gland, cure her hyperactive metabolic disorder, and turn her, temporarily, radioactive. She will lift the white pill over her blushed lips and open her teeth so that the chalky capsule can dissolve in her arteries and turn her blue veins nuclear. read more

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Green Mountains Review, based at Johnson State College in Vermont, is a biannual, 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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Fire Ants

Fire Ants

LOLA HASKINS' most recent collection of poetry is The Grace to Leave (Anhinga, 2012). Her prose efforts include a poetry advice book, an illustrated book of fables about women whose names start with A, and a book about 15 cemeteries in Florida. Her website is lolahaskins.com. read more
Making It New

Making It New

MICHAEL MILBURN teaches English in New Haven, CT. He is the author of a book of essays, Odd Man In (MidList Press 2005), and three books of poems, most recently Carpe Something (Word Press 2012). read more
Thou and I

Thou and I

AMY HASSINGER is the author of three novels, two of them published, the third hunting a home. Her writing has won awards from venues including Creative Nonfiction, Publisher’s Weekly, and the Illinois Arts Council, and she has published work in magazines including Creative Nonfiction, The Writers’ Chronicle, and The Los Angeles Review of Books. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and teaches in the University of Nebraska’s MFA in Writing Program. You can find out more about her at www.amyhassinger.com. read more
Floridada

Floridada

DENISE DUHAMEL’s most recent collection Blowout (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013) was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. Her other books include Ka-Ching! (Pittsburgh, 2009), Two and Two (Pittsburgh, 2005), and Queen for a Day: Selected and New Poems (Pittsburgh, 2001). A recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, she is a professor at Florida International University in Miami. read more
The Interior Sidewalks of Mexico City

The Interior Sidewalks of Mexico City

JODIE NOEL VINSON received her MFA in non-fiction creative writing from Emerson College, where she developed a book about her literary travels around the world. Her essays and reviews have been published or are forthcoming in Pleiades, The Concord Saunterer, Literary Matters, Outside In Literary & Travel Magazine, and Minerva Rising, and she is a recipient of the St. Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artist Award. Jodie is Managing Editor of Longitude Books, an online travel bookstore, and lives with her husband in Minneapolis. read more
Two Poems

Two Poems

MAUREEN SEATON’s new and selected, Fibonacci Batman, is out from Carnegie Mellon University Press (2013) She is the author of numerous poetry collections, both solo and collaborative, and a memoir, Sex Talks to Girls (University of Wisconsin Press). Her awards include the Iowa Prize, Lambda Literary Award, Audre Lorde Award, NEA fellowship, and the Pushcart. Seaton teaches poetry at the University of Miami, Florida. read more
April Landscape, with Petals/Furrows/Wife

April Landscape, with Petals/Furrows/Wife

TODD DAVIS is the author of four books of poems, most recently In the Kingdom of the Ditch and The Least of These, both published by Michigan State University Press. He also edited Fast Break to Line Break: Poets on the Art of Basketball (Michigan State University Press, 2012) and Making Poems: Forty Poems with Commentary by the Poets (SUNY Press, 2010). New poems are forthcoming or have recently appeared in Arts & Letters, Missouri Review, Poet Lore, West Branch, Sou’wester, and Notre Dame Review. He teaches environmental studies and creative writing at Penn State University’s Altoona College. read more
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