A Michoacán pine loosens a spirant into the night, and deeper, the collective forest modulates a fricative. Deeper yet, the forest on fire. Silently. Suddenly: I hate everything I’ve ever written. Even the alright utterance. The forest, on the other hand, really knows how to put an observation between its teeth and let it speak… [Read More]
Kimberly Kruge is the author of the chapbook High-Land Sub-Tropic, which was selected as the winner of the 2017 Center for Book Arts Prize. Her work has appeared in Ploughshares, The Iowa Review, Poetry Northwest, The Missouri Review, The Massachusetts Review and others. She is a graduate of the Warren Wilson MFA Program for Writers and the recipient of a residency at the Millay Colony for the Arts. She is the founder of Comala Haven, a workshop and retreat in Mexico for women writers. She lives and works in Guadalajara.