HMP_Ready to Fly
POETRY
Francesca Bell > Empty > My Daughter Was Always the Resourceful One
Anne Casey > if i were to tell you
Barbara Crooker > Personal History > Sonnet from the Psalms: Psalm 145, verse 1
Alice B Fogel > Your Decision
Khaleel Gheba > Today is Injury
Gene Goldfarb > Testament for Agnostics
Maggie Graber > I remember Nashville, the dueling piano bar
Jessica Guzman Alderman > Portacath > Caretaker
Jeff Hardin > A Certain Slowness of Speech
Michael Hurley > Henry Ford
Yessica Klein > Looking for the Southern Cross
Jacob Lindberg > The Detective on Elegy > Elegy for Man Up North
Scott Lowery > Diptych with Hinge
Angie Macri > He pulls at the end of every two lines,
Samantha Malay > Hollow > Adrift
Jessica Mehta  > To Dear Sir
Suzanne S Rancourt > Blood on Blood
stephanie roberts > Never Abuela
Lois Roma-Deeley > Caliche
Iain Twiddy > Blackthorn
John Walser  > Athena Painted
Abdulzahra Zaki (Trans. by Inam Jaber) > A Poisoned Flute
PROSE
Kathryn Kruse > The Printed Baby
David P. Langlinais > The Thing About Hibernation
Sophia Veltfort > Plus One
INTERVIEW
“To Turn Every Speck of Darkness into a Spectacle”: A Conversation with Saddiq M. Dzukogi 
ARTWORK for ISSUE 11.2
Michele Heather Pollock is a poet and artist working out of Lost Lake Studio in the woods of Brown County, Indiana. Her daily practice of walking in the woods has become an inspiration for her work and her life. Her photography graces the first online issue of Quiddity.

Waiting for Spring

Michele Heather Pollock

A Quieting

Michelle Heather Pollock

What Remains

Michele Heather Pollock