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Diving

I keep coming back to the night we found out about the twins. Michael and I had been married for ten years at the time. Clare would have just been turning five. Michael had been called in before, but never for anything like this. Our community hadn’t faced this kind of tragedy since that boy had gone missing in ’87, but then, he was never found, and anyway, that was before Michael started diving.

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Two Poems

I remember running into a tenement building, / up to the second floor, then looking out a hall window / where my friends were doing the duck walk

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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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Dear Past Self,

Dear Past Self,

NIN ANDREWS is the author of five full-length collections of poetry and six chapbooks. Her next book, Why God Is a Woman, is forthcoming from BOA Editions.

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The Prince

The Prince

NATALIE MESNARD currently teaches writing at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her fiction has appeared in Copper Nickel and Kenyon Review Online. She was also named a winner in the 2014 AWP Intro Journals Project, for which her poetry will appear in a future issue of Tampa Review.

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Home

Home

The living room was small and immaculately clean. From my place on the carpet, I could see a few tiny crumbs from the crackers I had eaten earlier, but that was because Mommy hadn’t done today’s vacuuming yet.

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Origin

Origin

JULIA KOLCHINSKY DASBACH emigrated as a Jewish refugee from Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine in 1993. She holds an MFA in Poetry from the University of Oregon and is in the University of Pennsylvania’s Comparative Literature Ph.D. program. Julia’s poetry has appeared in Tupelo Quarterly, Guernica, and Nashville Review, among others journals. Her manuscript, The Bear Who Ate the Stars, won of Split Lip Magazine‘s Uppercut Chapbook Award, and is forthcoming from Split Lip Press this fall. She was most recently runner-up in Southern Humanities Review’s 2014 Auburn Witness Poetry Prize. Julia is also the Editor-in-Chief of Construction Magazine. Find out more by visiting her website.

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Lifeline

Lifeline

You. Are old. Admit it. Evidence abounds. Your cell phone, for example. Fat. Red. Trills a jaunty greeting. Young people snicker. You, more often than not, fail to recognize the sound.

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