Drunk In A Midnight Choir

ISSUE #3: Spring 2018
There Will Be No Funeral *

May 15, 2018

GUEST POETRY EDITOR

Christopher Rose

 

POETRY

Saida Agostini

cook up walks
cook up loves
cook up goes hunting with granny
when it’s 2 pm in your office and you have a flashback to the moment you were raped
who we are human to

Eloisa Amezcua

I HAVEN’T MASTURBATED IN FIVE DAYS FOR FEAR OF CRYING

Jari Bradley

DNA
Monstrous Intimacy
Fresh Cut

Vonkeisha Gibson

Improbability
Abort

Nicholas Goodly

How to Remix Heaven
Darkie of the Coven
The Shadow Speaks as a Man

Fayce Hammond

Ghost Smoke

Marlin M. Jenkins

Psalm of a Young Son
Bad Strawberries

Mollie Lacy

Hallelujah! I’m Fixed!

Laurinda Lind

Symptoms

Richard Lucyshyn

In the woods we built monuments to our different selfves
Gather Your Lessons & Settle A Heart
Dread Reckoning

Ashunda Norris

Famous Negro Artist #1
Famous Negro Athlete # -04900
Famous Negro Rapper #15

Catherine Ntube

Father wars against hunger
mbari*: the poet imagines ritual as fat kid at recess
Patrilineage
What Fat Takes

Troy Osaki

Perhaps the Hardest Part About My First Night In The Philippines Is The Mosquito Bites
It’s 6 a.m. In Manila & Filipino Youth Are Burning An Effigy Of Donald Trump In Front Of The U.S. Embassy
In Manila, Vinz Talks About Revolution & Different Forms Of Struggle
When Startled By Ambush Wild Boar Flee For The Mountains

Connor Oswald

Re: The Election
Sister City

Sophie Ross

LOVE 1: (THE COMPLETE AND DESIRING TRAGEDY OF EVE)

Janice Lobo Sapigao

There Will Be No Funeral
Straight Hair
Nagnisit
Uncles
Ode to Rose Quartz

Lillian Sickler

ode to eating with your hands

Duncan Slagle

A Door Closes, Disrupting the Air
Pieta Ghazal

 

* From Janice Lobo Sapigao’s poem 
“There Will Be No Funeral”