Poetry

Titles without Poems: A Portmanteau

Confessions of a Secondhand Smoker
Forensic Listening for Beginners
Where I Went On My Last Masturdate
On Finding Out Angelina Jolie Had An Elective Double Mastectomy
The Year of Having No Opinion
Wildly Gesticulating Monkey Arms
Monetize This!
Wet Sonnet Contest
Battered to Death by Anecdote
Elegy for Espresso
How To Deal With Your Pleonexia
On Being a Stereotype Threat
It’s a Bug for You, A Feature for Me
You Want Me to Have Sympathy for the Overdog
Your Borborygmus Keeps Me Up At Night
Who’s Loading the Label Gun?
What I’m Supposed to Be Ashamed Of, But I’m Not
Sorry, But Your Soul is Substandard
Things About You I Will Not Miss
You Are the Anti-Rapist
I Can Only Cry When No One’s Watching
My Arms Gone Stiff Holding Myself Away from Your Unassuageable Unhappiness
On the Map of Hurt Feelings You Are Portugal

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About the Author

Julie HartOriginally from Minnesota, Julie Hart has lived in London, Zurich, and Tokyo, and now in Brooklyn Heights. Her work can be found in Five Quarterly, Denim Skin, PANK magazine, The Rumpus and forthcoming in Floor Plan Journal.


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