4. Night In dreams I am without machine. No airfoil, stick, rudder— a different physics buoys me kicking past cloud-forms into each moment each moment. 6. Assembly They are sleeping. On beds of polished tooling, in sheets of mylar and copper, they sleep. With rigid fittings. With drills and dies… [Read More]
Lisa Rosenberg holds degrees in physics and creative writing and received a Wallace Stegner Fellowship in Poetry from Stanford University. Her writing has appeared in venues as diverse as POETRY, Southwest Review, and Semiconductor International. Currently a homeschooling parent, she spent many years in engineering, marketing consulting, and aviation as a private pilot.