Courtney Faye Taylor
Courtney Faye Taylor Courtney Faye Taylor is an MFA candidate at the University of Michigan Helen Zell Writers’ Program. She was a finalist in the 2015 Agnes Scott College Writers’ Festival Contest and the recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize.

how lives may matter in 2031

Apology will be an automated album. It will sound each rise and set like Istanbul’s call to worship: Congress offers a knee. Millennials cease the tagging of Farrakhanian theory on bridges and too, bow their minds. But some wince from the loudspeaker’s cry like a noosed carotid in fan blades, press the...

Portrait of Billboard as Voice of Reason

Dial seven digits from a highway sign for dinner party of two, a different seven for maize chrysanthemums, stuffed cupid toy, chocolate grapes in the shape of brunette boy eyes, seven for discounted lodging in Cozumel, for new condos $0 down, for Noah’s tools when the roof sags towards the living room,...