Two Poems in The Puritan: “Flyting the Honeybee” and “Hop, Skip, Jump”

The Puritan recently published the winning entries (one prose, one poetry) of the magnificently monikered Inaugural Thomas Morton Memorial Prize in Literary Excellence. Congratulations to Nathan L. Pillman and Mark Sampson, respectively. The issue, number xix, contains some big old quivering slabs of quite interesting work.

So if you figure out how two of my poems got into the same issue, you let me know. Maybe they’re the hole that makes the doughnut.

 

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