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Eye’s poems give us the surprising and varied complexity of human relationships: from a video booth encounter and some quick sex with a married man, to an impromptu make-out session with a straight blonde girl in a bar, to an unassuming woman on a bus carrying a copy of Leathermen’s Guide to the Universe…. read more
Exploring the cover design of Her Body and Other Parties, a new trans anthology, and more lgbtq news… read more
This week, two poems by David Eye.
Eye earned a midlife MFA at Syracuse University in 2008, and teaches creative writing and composition at Manhattan College in the Bronx. His poems have appeared in Bloom, The Louisville Review, Stone Canoe, and others. His chapbook, Rain Leaping Up When a Cab Goes Past, has been selected for the Editor’s Series at Seven Kitchens Press.
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Many of these poems seem interested in the embodiment of the spiritual, finding God (or something like it) through the human body, and sometimes non-human. … read more