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It's Hard to Accept Help

A.M. O'Malley

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Born in Wisconsin, A.M. O'Malley now lives in Portland, OR, where she is the Executive Director of the Independent Publishing Resource Center and a teacher of writing and zine-making . Her own writing, in various forms, has appeared in Nailed Magazine, Poor Claudia, and The Burnside Review, among other publications. This year (2016), her first full-length book of poems Expecting Something Else came out on University of Hell Press.

ISSUE TWELVE: Slyly as Meter | next poem →

ISSUE TWELVE: Slyly as Meter

Izzy Leslie

Daniel Ari
   Fremont Street Deterrent
   First Block of Sutter
      (The City Can Bring Me Down)

   On Market (Second Thoughts
      on Saturday)

   Drumm Street

Jenni B. Baker
   This American Death I
   This American Death II
   This American Death III
   This American Death IV

Paul Siegell

Jessy Randall
   Do You Ever

A.M. O'Malley
   Everything Is Better In Summer
   It's Hard To Accept Help

Lori Anderson Moseman
    PAUSE: Stuck, The Last Pick-up Shtick
    PAUSE: The Interval Between Shadow
    PAUSE: The Intrinsic Corner

David Gustavsen
   Divine Comics
   Divine Comics