May 19, 2016

One poem by A. J. HUFFMAN


Pine-crowned boulders,
blocks of gray and gold,
streaked white by winter’s hand,
melt into silver
showers. Broken and spitting,
they allow room
for two-horned sweaters
with hooves.


A.J. HUFFMAN has published twelve full-length poetry collections, thirteen solo poetry chapbooks and one joint poetry chapbook through various small presses. Her most recent releases, Degeneration (Pink Girl Ink), A Bizarre Burning of Bees (Transcendent Zero Press), and Familiar Illusions (Flutter Press) are now available from their respective publishers.  She is a five-time Pushcart Prize nominee, a two-time Best of Net nominee, and has published over 2500 poems in various national and international journals, including Labletter, The James Dickey Review, The Bookends Review, Bone Orchard, Corvus Review, EgoPHobia, and Kritya.  She is also the founding editor of Kind of a Hurricane Press.

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