Boxcar Poetry Review - Issue 4
Summer is almost over and we are settling into our new places. Outside, rain clouds gather.
My temporary office in Gas Town overlooks the train switching yard.
Floods and storms, the world in transition, small apocalypses, loss, love,
and a myriad of worries. This issue brings us the beauty of autumn and what lies on the threshold of change.
J. Marcus Weekley's photos of dance halls and bars bring us another layer in. And yes, the long awaited review of Francisco Aragon's Puerta del Sol
is finally online.
Beginning this month, Boxcar Poetry Review features a Services page
and now offers a full critique service for poems currently not under consideration here.
Boxcar Poetry Review - ISSN 1931-1761