jessica wickens



11 Poems from The Letters of Emily Dickinson

   We Only Love

   Breaking Off

   Because they fall today

   Turn to phantoms and vanish slow away

   The smallest parlor in the world

   Try me in the Moon

   We were cheeks

   Recipient Unknown

   But leave me Ecstasy

   What Remains

   These problems of the dust


jessica wickens'poems have appeared in Eleven Eleven, Floating Holiday, The Whirligig, The Loudest Guffaw, Spell, and Blink. She studied anthropology at the University of Chicago and creative writing at California College of the Arts. She co-edits the literary journal Monday Night. A chapbook, Doubt This Animal, is just out from Skeptic Press.












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