Adam Clay

Adam Clay’s most recent collection is Stranger (Milkweed Editions, 2016). His poems have appeared in Ploughshares, Boston Review, Iowa Review, and elsewhere. A co-editor of TYPO Magazine, he serves as a book review editor for Kenyon Review and teaches at the University of Illinois Springfield.


Good-bye to Golden Nights

  If measuring one’s life as circular makes sense of movement, how should we muscle meaning into days? As if we end up where we’ve dreamt, starlight for eyes and train static within the folds of memory. One story arrives before another finishes, not rounded with possibility but carved down to a brilliant stutter. We […]

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