Ironic physics principle about less skin-surface area, People actually get wetter running through a downpour than walking. Presto-change-o: evening’s an inductive conclusion of any afternoon. Before I learned to read I learned to read minds. Because I exist In the digital age, my uncanny memory for phone numbers is Transforming into a carnivorous dinosaur. Should… [Read More]
Bruce Cohen’s poems have appeared in periodicals including AGNI, The Georgia Review, The Harvard Review, Ploughshares, Poetry, and The Southern Review, as well as being featured on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily. He has published two books: Disloyal Yo-Yo (Dream Horse Press), which was awarded the 2007 Orphic Poetry Prize, and Swerve (Black Lawrence Press); a third is forthcoming next year (Black Lawrence Press): "Placebo Junkies Conspiring With The Half-Asleep."