Posts Tagged ‘ Ed Skoog ’

Fruita Pulp: Issue #5 September/October

September 2, 2014
Fruita Pulp Issue 5

  Fruita Pulp: Issue #5 September/October Poems: Ed Skoog, Two Poems Eric Baus, Three Poems Wyatt Sparks, Three Poems Alyssa Yankwitt, One Poem Jane Rosenberg LaForge, Three Poems Ace Boggess, Three Poems Gale Acuff, Three Poems Frederico Prado, Two Poems Colin James, Two Poems JC Olsthoorn, One Poem Interview: Murmuration: An Interview With Jake Adam […]

Two Poems by Ed Skoog

September 2, 2014

  Two Poems by Ed Skoog   The Macarena The chair I’m sitting on is mostly nothing. Electrons go right through it. Memory, which is electricity, seems like less than anything and yet in the inexplicable universe I’m there again, and it’s now, the summer of the Macarena. Two months in Abilene, Kansas and I […]