{ an / otherness }

i.

Cynthia Manick was interviewed by The Woven Tale Press, here:

https://wtpcentral.thewoventalepress.net/2018/11/12/wtp-2018-winner-cynthia-manick/

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work in {isacoustic*}:

https://isacoustic.com/2018/10/15/person-cynthia-manick-five-poems/

ii.

Mike Ferguson has a new book of poems from Red Ceilings Press titled Professions, as such:

http://www.theredceilingspress.co.uk

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work in {isacoustic*}:

https://isacoustic.com/2018/09/17/person-mike-ferguson-two-poems/

iii.

Rebecca Kokitus was interviewed by Thirty West, here:

https://www.thirtywestph.com/column/rebeccakokitusinterview

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work in {isacoustic*}

https://isacoustic.com/2018/07/10/person-rebecca-kokitus-one-poem/

person Rebecca Kokitus, one poem

Rebecca Kokitus is a part time resident of Media, PA just outside Philadelphia, and a part time resident of a small town in rural Schuylkill County, PA. She is an aspiring poet and is currently an undergraduate in the writing program at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She has recent work in Moonchild Magazine, Rising Phoenix Review, and Rose Quartz Journal, among other places. She tweets at @rxbxcca_anna.

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moon

my only caller is the
nightfall, loosening and growing heavier
on my chest like a drunken lover dozing
mid-sex.

I tend to wish upon the moon
instead of the stars, because she knows me
like she knows her craters.

(star)dust bunny stirring in the sky,
she gazes down at me, that cold stare—
one eye open in sleep.
I am a shadow turned inside out.

*previously published in Spider Mirror Journal

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