I live in a pit of vomit / always asking for a pen to bear myself / I can’t remember I trauma trauma loop / oh the bore Despite incessant years / emptied of spoken words I still have visions / of him my father Always the gun again / Always in my bedroom My… [Read More]
Mallory Imler Powell
Mallory Imler Powell writes, edits, and works in public health. Recipient of the 2017 Fugue Poetry Prize and a Fulbright award, currently pursuing an MFA in poetry at New York University, serves as an international editor for Washington Square Review and tutors in the Prison Education Program. Poems in the Aesthetica International Creative Writing Anthology, Contemporary Verse 2, The Offing, PRISM international, SAND, subTerrain, The University of Canberra's International Poetry Prize Anthology, ZYZZYVA, and elsewhere.