Eden

Eden

“Eden” by Tariq Thomas won the Youth Poetry, Prose and Pizza Slam hosted by the Brattleboro Literary Festival. Green Mountains Review is proud to publish Tariq’s poem. Congrats, Tariq!

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Easy Wonder

My love, we floated for hours / In kayaks, side by side, scarcely dipping our paddles. / No motors allowed here, no soul in any / Of the southerly shore’s three other cabins.

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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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Why Write? #18: Joshua Marie Wilkinson

Why Write? #18: Joshua Marie Wilkinson

I’m more and more skeptical of what’s gettable and knowable and broadly accessible. And I’m increasingly moved by what eludes and enchants and frustrates and divulges itself differently, in unseen methods and flashes. A poem’s singularity and its otherness remain intact. Like any piece of art, a poem that moves us retains its inassimilability.

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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

So many cigarettes, watery rum and cokes, and the 14 would never hit twice and everything—including the thick carpet of neon pink roosters—drifted off like Dostoevsky (who once gambled away his only coat in the grip of Russian winter.

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A Review of Gaze by Christopher Howell

A Review of Gaze by Christopher Howell

Through color-soaked memories of childhood filled with characters we come to recognize, this collection is a palpable meditation on the lived life and mortality, a collection in which Howell is “holding our lives / in front of ourselves like/robins’ eggs.”

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Weekend Retreat

Weekend Retreat

KEN HEBSON hit the road in the mid-sixties, taught in Spain, did Europe by motorcycle, drove from Morocco to Egypt in a VW bus, and hitched and hiked as far as Kabul. He has lived and worked in Venezuela, Portugal, Mexico and Japan. A chapbook, South from Istanbul, will be published by Green River Press this spring.

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