Tipton Poetry Journal
Speed of Light Keith Dunlap the speed of light is much too slow it is starting to snow a deliberate snow nothing happens quite as fast snow follows snow falling fast how time curves back to show the speed of light is much too slow but I wouldn’t want it any faster on this the best of days my last
Keith Dunlap is a former co-editor of The Columbia Review and former coeditor of Cutbank, having received his MFA from the University of Montana. Keith’s poems have been accepted for publication in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, The Brooklyn Review, The Carolina Quarterly, The Georgetown Review, Poet Lore, and Sou’wester, among other places. His manuscript, The Foot in the Elevator was a finalist at Brickhouse Books New Poet Series and The New Issues Poetry Prize, and a semi-finalist for Brooklyn Arts Press. Keith has a BA in English from Columbia College in New York and an MA in Classics from Columbia University. He lives in Portland, Maine with his wife, the novelist Jenny Siler, and his daughter, Vivica.