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Community No. 70 – henry 7. reneau, jr.

henry 7. reneau, jr.

The Slave Ship, originally titled, Slavers Throwing Overboard the Dead and Dying—Typhoon Coming On, 1840

“God cut a slit in their souls/   Baptists say
is the gateway to hell—
some black hole defiling their rigid
Rose Madder/…” read more

January 15, 2021

Who speak Sass like Scripture?

“Who the outside agitator …”read more

Superstition Review
Fall 2020

henry 7. reneau, jr. does not Twitter, Tik Tok, Facebook, Snapchat, or Instagram. It is not that he is scared of change, or stuck fast in the past; instead, he has learned from experience that the crack pipe kills. His work is published in Superstition Review, TriQuarterly, Poets Reading the News, Prairie Schooner, and Rigorous.

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