The current issue of The American Poetry Review includes work by faculty members Daisy Fried and Tony Hoagland, as well as alumnae Margaree Little (poetry, ’12) and Laura Van Prooyen (poetry, ’10).

From Laura Van Prooyen’s “As Always, Thirty Years Between Us”
My father wants me to cut his hair
in the laundry room, where the rotary phone
still hangs on the wall. Here, I took
and made so many calls to boys
he disapproved of. This is an old story.
A father, daughter, half-regrets. I fold over
his ear the way he tells me to and trim...[Keep Reading]…

To read the rest of the issue, purchase a copy on the magazine’s website.

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