Boxcar Poetry Review - Issue 20

Despite being tremendously late (on the last day of May no less), we are nonetheless extremely proud to celebrate our 20th issue with such a fine array of talent. There is something to be said about flight, of not being in our skins, or our own homes or beds. Something beautiful and terrifying in the unknown. These poems have their own gravity and wonder, yet stitch together in a remarkable way. Here's to May and here's to our 20th collaborative epistle to the world.

Also in this issue, great photography from Taylor Gillis' Stems, Leaves series and Diane Schenk's insightful foray into Linda Susan Jackson's What Yellow Sounds Like. Coming in July, a big announcement about a new person joining our staff, more reviews (finally), and as always, wonderful poems.

Happy summer holidays!

Boxcar Poetry Review - ISSN 1931-1761