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Angelica Poversky

A delicate twinkle
A half dead cascade
The obligation to become a parade
In her eyes was
Her words meant nothing but a soft delicate touch
She wrote for bills and trills,
A synthesizer kills more than she ever will
But it was never quite enough.
Her sticky fingers boomed and breathed
They typed like a writer on stale dreams
It was never enough.

Angelica Poversky is is influenced by musicians and artists like Dali, Shane Koyczan and Pink Floyd. She's performed as a spoken word artist at the Richmond Youth Earth Day Summit as a BC Hydro ambassador she promotes a green life, and is very passionate about nature. She's a member of World Poetry, and loves to share her poetry to an audience, whether on radio, in person, or through the internet.

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ISSUE ONE: Trams Yell Yes!

Craig Kurtz
    Index Denied
    Reinvestment Order

Erin Dorney
    This Is Not A Poem About
       Fast Food


Rose Swartz

Tim Kahl
    Plasma Globe

Alison McCabe
    I Watch Myself Loop

Dan Boehl
   excerpts from whatever
       from @emoemoji

Vanessa Couto Johnson

Valentina Cano
    Planned Remodeling

Ryan Napier
    Seasonal Affective Disorder

Terry Wolverton
    Sizzle and Chew

Gregory Crosby
    Satan's Skull Glows White Hot

Lea Galanter
    When Lost in the Woods

Jake Sheff
    Stasis in Ragtime

Angelica Poversky

Mercedes Lawry
    In Late November, There Are
       Days of False Clemency