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November/December 2013

The New Heave-Ho, a PDF-only poetry press founded by poet Noel Black, aims to deliver poetry collections to the masses in free and by-donation PDF format.

Posted 11.01.13

Carmen Giménez Smith reads two poems from her latest collection, Milk and Filth, published in October by University of Arizona Press.


Happy Trigger

Off-season and in
the burnt forest
of my nightgown, a feral
undergrowth that marks
me as burial site—
to be still enough or
just enough.

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