{editor’s note OR On time delayed exits}

FIRST THING

volume second of {isacoustic*} will be available in a couple days. it will include the below contributors:

Darren C Demaree

…all that
yellow we code-named
“bird-watching” – {from} EMILY AS WE, SPARINGLY

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/01/11/person-darren-c-demaree-three-poems/

Eleanor Gray

hunger has taken the shape of a coyote, crossing the white field

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/01/18/person-eleanor-gray-four-poems/

Heather Minette

Instead, he smiled a cheekbone smile—
a structure of knowingness. – {from} Yellow Flowers

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/01/29/person-heather-minette-three-poems/

Gillian Prew

The world looks on through a lens/ notices
her grief/ notices she has ribbons for teeth. – {from} Still Life/Whale

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/01/29/person-gillian-prew-three-poems/

Billy Burgos

…And what obviousness
the darkness is, or the sound it makes – {from} Our Hondas and Heartbreak

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/person-billy-burgos-three-poems/

Ion Corcos

…What if I told you that I was a bird,
a calf, a gust of wind? – {from} Walnut Tree

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/person-ion-corcos-two-poems/

Corey Mesler

I will place the stones
along the path
you travel. – {from} The tug of sleep

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/06/person-corey-mesler-three-poems/

L. Ward Abel

I prefer low sun
to cold and places south to north. – {from} Shallows, Walking

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/person-l-ward-abel-three-poems/

Alex Hoshor

my body as
it scattered from
heaven into the
starving bellies of
distant enough wolves – {from} One Innocent

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/person-alex-hoshor-three-poems/

Sara Moore Wagner

and maybe it comes
true in some section
of my body – {from} Venus Complex

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/16/person-sara-moore-wagner-three-poems/

Tara Isabel Zambrano

trapped in a latitude
of divided gods

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/16/person-tara-isabel-zambrano-one-poem/

Rae Hoffman Jager

Instead of prayer,
questions – {from} Grief

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/17/person-rae-hoffman-jager-three-poems/

Caroline Plasket

I hear your heart feed your body. I hear
our syrupy skin in its migration toward sleep – {from} They Say True Silence Makes A Person Crazy

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/19/person-caroline-plasket-three-poems/

Sophia Naz

There is no poem which can undo this. – {from} Descanso for America

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/22/person-sophia-naz-two-poems/

Heather Knox

A man sleeps on the steps of the church
and I hear someone I love
draw a bath. – {from} To The Woman Whose Suitcases I Bought On Etsy

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/23/person-heather-knox-three-poems/

Marisol Baca

Oh fish. Oh head of the scorpion.
He hands the gift to me; I eat it. – {from} Eating Heart

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/23/person-marisol-baca-four-poems/

Yesenia Montilla

Imagine if we were all made of clay & salt, how
less lonely we’d / be – {from} Animal

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/26/person-yesenia-montilla-two-poems/

RA Washington

We can let your father dream of you this way – {from} A cross the room to the fool – a flame

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/26/person-ra-washington-three-poems/

SECOND THING

insert [second thing] here

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