Poetry

In Every Little Pool

Speaking as a Salmon fry, I am acutely aware my odds of lying in this pool with eggs of my own hover around one in…

Fiction

Installation

It was the middle of the day and the sun was bearing down as if God had turned up the spotlight to get a better…

Essays / Nonfiction

Pandemic Mama

Day 30 I am at the sink. Again. Near always. Washing vegetables. Washing dishes. Filling pots. Washing hands. Washing hands. Washing hands. My two-year-old is…

Narrative Map Project / Poetry

Ashtabula, Ohio: The Biker

This poem is part of the Great Lakes Review’s Narrative Map project. The bike wobbles as he turns his head to say hello to the girl…