Issues

Winter 2016

RoguePoetry Review
Winter Issue 2016

In this issue:

Featured Photo by Ashly Buck

Poetry

Hold Tight
Looking at Him Looking at You
– Lydia Armstrong

Self-Portrait With Dinner
The Sand Inside Your Swimsuit
– Stanley Winn

Fence
The Next Morning
– Courtney LeBlanc

Making scars
Lit
Taking the lead
Jargon
– Sylvia Munoz

 geranium
– Isabelle Bats

spray cantata
both
tending
– Marchi Wierson

Witch Hunt
– Stephen Watt

Painting

Maggie Smith

 

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A very special thank you to Alexis Bates for curating this issue of RoguePoetry.

Fall 2016

RoguePoetry Review
Fall Issue 2016

In this issue:

Featured Photo by Roger Leege

Poetry

The Porch
– Robert Beveridge

Terrestrial
– Audrey T. Carroll

Bed Bugs
– Ryan Kent

Of Suffocation
– A J Huffman

5 Haiku
– Mallory Rowe

The Billboard that Read “SEE”
– Nicholas Van Lott

What To Do with Saffron
Casting
Blood, Bananas, and Mystery
– Andira Dodge

The Chimes
Making
Farce With Dick and Jane
The Extremist
– Michael Neal Morris

unlike anything gray
still life in two portraits
– Stephanie Guarino

 Denial
– Arynne S. Fannin

Young Women
– Lauren Zlabinger

& again
– Tom Reed

Southern Winter Occupied
Deadly Kitten
– Richard King Perkins II

Plums
– Anna Kennedy

The Most American Thing I Own
– Eric Paul

Shooting the Messenger
– John Grey

Cake Box: An Erasure
The Bulimic Gives Herself Pneumonia
– Alex Everette

 Have At It
– Darlene O’keefe

The Inevitable Evolution of Desperate Friendship
–  Chris Skoyles

The Transgressive Therapist
– David Seaman

totemic ravens and rabbits
– Kelly Neal

Artists

Nadia Gerassimenko
Ana Prundaro
Roger Leege
Andira Dodge

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A very special thank you to Alexis Bates for curating this first online issue of RoguePoetry.

2015

RP CoverThe first and only print version, RoguePoetry Review 2015 features over 40 poets with unique and engaging voices. We are so confident that you will be inspired by the writing that it contains that we have included a section for you to create your own RoguePoetry!

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Natasha Head reading Darkness Falls from RoguePoetry Review 2015


Kelly Neal reading where what’s unfolded from RoguePoetry Review 2015