the wounds of anne sexton + other poems
“anne sexton, at what point were you surprised to see the waters still
rippling in the long island sound?
anne sexton, 2 o’clock on a tuesday, august 1960, has everything
happened, or has nothing happened at all?” read more
The Writing Disorder
Winter 2021 Issue
Jonah Meyer is a poet, writer, and editor in North Carolina. His poetry and creative nonfiction has been published widely. Jonah plays guitar and piano, shoots photography, and studies neuroscience and Buddhist philosophy. He serves as Poetry Editor of Mud Season Review and Assistant Poetry Editor with Random Sample Review.
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