Tag Archives: Sean Thomas Dougherty

new poem from the Winter 2013 issue: Sean Thomas Dougherty, The Shape of Such Longing.

6 Feb

THE SHAPE OF SUCH LONGING

is light

as the wind
flaps

and lets fall
a shirt’s

empty sleeves.

 

 

 

the cities that are both ruined and holy: Sean Thomas Dougherty reading from The Blue City

31 Jan

Sean reading from “In the Light of the Yellow City,” in the book The Blue City

he knows their priests are the street musicians and children, the upturned mouths of cases catching coins

new work from the Winter 2013 issue: Sean Thomas Dougherty’s I Am A Forty

8 Jan

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late night, shooting pool with Sean Thomas Dougherty, in a suburb just north of Detroit, 2011

One of four poems forthcoming in the Winter issue: “I Am A Forty

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