Punk Rock Song
by G.H. Mosson
G.H. Mosson is the author of two books of poetry, Season of Flowers and Dust (Goose River, 2007) and Questions of Fire (Plain View, 2009). His poetry has been nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize. Mosson reviews poetry for The Broadkill Review and lives in Maryland.
Reasons to Wake You
by Paige Lewis
Paige Lewis is the copy editor at Divedapper and an assistant poetry editor at Narrative magazine. Lewis’ poems appear in Bennington Review, Columbia Poetry Review, New Orleans Review and Willow Springs.
by Carlos Andr├ęs G├│mez
Carlos Andrés Gómez is an MFA candidate in creative writing at Warren Wilson College. Winner of the 2015 Lucille Clifton Poetry Prize and Pushcart Prize nominee, his work has appeared in Beloit Poetry Journal, Muzzle, Rattle, The Acentos Review, The Guardian and The Huffington Post. His work has been anthologized in Me No Habla With Acento: Contemporary Latino Poetry (Rebel Satori, 2011), Airmail: Women of Letters (Viking Australia, 2015) and CHORUS: A Literary Mixtape (MTV, 2012). Gómez appeared in HBO’s Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry and Spike Lee’s movie Inside Man. He lives in New York City.
by Timothy McBride
Timothy McBride is the author of The Manageable Cold (TriQuarterly, 2010). He lives in Cary, NC.
by Larisa Svirsky
Larisa Svirsky is a PhD student in philosophy at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill. This is her second published poem, the first appeared in Voices.