in winterkilled grass you find an arrowhead your knees locked on dirt saying look what I found. tonight the planet leans toward its star. if I listen better I’ll hear you, each time your head turns, expectations, moonlight washing bare the sidewalk, lawns, roofs on the briefest day/longest night of the year. straightening elbows you… [Read More]
Cristiana Baik is a poet residing and working in Oakland. Her work is published or forthcoming in Dusie, TYPO, American Letters & Commentary, The Conversant, and Drunken Boat, among other publications. Her short collection of poems, entitled The Stars Went Out and So Did the Moon, will be released by Finishing Line in 2017. She will also be working on an experimental essay with her twin sister, Crystal Baik, on their grandfather, who was a poet and scholar. The chapbook will be published by Essay Press in spring 2017.