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Avery Tuck’s Liminal Permanence

Avery Tuck’s Liminal Permanence

Liminal Permanence polar nights bring magnetic sparrows in flux   ephemeral ruins of known faces— pulled from transience to reminisce   a hemlock dances in purgatory— to tune, a congregation preaches its innocence   — by Avery Tuck Copyright ©2021, by Avery Tuck. All Rights Reserved. Avery Tuck is an amateur poet from Nova Scotia, Canada.

New Poetry and the Penumbra Effect

New Poetry and the Penumbra Effect

We’ve added new poetry from Joshua Bocher, Sean Howard, and Avery Tuck. Please leave comments on our Contact Us page, if you’re so inclined. Recent readings/rereadings include the aforementioned Maggie Doherty’s The Equivalents, which was excellent. It makes a fine pairing too with Square Haunting, by Francesca Wade, which I read last year. Group bios about unfairly neglected women in the arts help set the record straight and expand our horizons in the bargain. Just finished The Lamplighters, by Emma…

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