Emily Wolahan

Emily Wolahan is the author of Hinge (The National Poetry Review Press, 2015). Her poems have appeared in Gulf Coast, Boston Review, Volt, Fourteen Hills, and others, and her essays have been published in the New Inquiry and anthologized in Among Margins: Critical and Lyrical Writing on Aesthetics. She is associate editor at Two Lines Press and a founding editor at JERRY Magazine. She lives in San Francisco, where she is a member of the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto.

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Still Lifes and Landscapes

  Morning in the mountains. I am going down home early. The road empty, wide, smooth as my hand. Sun streams heavy bays of light. If I could remember one use of beauty, the persistent type, on whole unhuman, so much more space made for possible peace. This is the sort of road you shouldn’t […]

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