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Rosa Alcalá: “Voice Activation” and “Dear Stranger,” first appeared in Mandorla: New Writing from the Americas; “Training” and “Missing” first appeared in Eleven Eleven; and “Archaeology of Vestments” first appeared in inactual magazine. All poems are copyright ©2013 by Rosa Alcalá. Reprinted by permission of the author.

Eric Baus: “Dear Birds, I’m running out of numbers.,” “Dearest Sister, Sugar is suffering somewhere in water.,” and “The sleeper develops in the chords of my throat.” are from The To Sound. Copyright ©2004 by Eric Baus. Reprinted by permission of Wave Books / Verse Press and the author. “Inside Any Good Song Someone Is Lost” and “They Showed a Film of Me Walking to Water” are from Tuned Droves. Copyright ©2008 by Eric Baus. Reprinted by permission of Octopus Books and the author.

Anselm Berrigan: Excerpt from Notes from Irrelevance is from Notes from Irrelevance. Copyright ©2011 by Anselm Berrigan. Reprinted by permission of Wave Books and the author.

Edmund Berrigan: “Little pieces continue as pieces,” “Some Ancestor of Mine,” and “mom and dad in a photo” are reprinted by permission of the author. Copyright ©2013 by Edmund Berrigan. “Disturningly” is from Glad Stone Children. Copyright ©2008 by Edmund Berrigan. Reprinted by permission of Farfalla Press / McMillan & Parrish and the author. “For Robinson Jeffers” is from Disarming Matter. Copyright ©1999 by Edmund Berrigan. Reprinted by permission of The Owl Press and the author.

Susan Briante: “Nail Guns in the Morning,” “Alexander Litvinenko,” “Isabella,” and “Specimen Box” are from Utopia Minus. Copyright ©2011 by Susan Briante. Reprinted by permission of Ahsahta Press and the author.

Sommer Browning: “The Whistler,” ”from Friend [Sommer, I’m dying],” and “Grillz & Roebuck” are copyright ©2013 by Sommer Browning. Reprinted by permission of the author. “Either Way I’m Celebrating” and “The Opposite of Love” are from Either Way I’m Celebrating. Copyright ©2011 by Sommer Browning. Reprinted by permission of Birds, LLC and the author.

Julie Carr: “29,” “32,” and “35” are from 100 Notes on Violence. Copyright ©2010 by Julie Carr. Reprinted by permission of Ahsahta Press and the author. “from RAG [The fact is, I never much liked him peonies bloom]” and “from RAG [I had no other alternative]” are from RAG. Copyright ©2013 by Julie Carr. Reprinted by permission of Omnidawn Publishing and the author.

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The Volta Book of Poets  

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