Tag: suzanne parker

  • Suzanne Parker

    THE JUST CUT FIELD The dog keeps eating shit and dead things—mice, snakes, dismembered frogs—but, first, he rolls in them.  A shoulder, then the belly, then a quick flip and the back shifting left and right, whole body rubbing itself against what the just cut hay and blades have revealed.  There is no calling him off his delirium, tongue agog, hunting, refusing to loop the field as […]

  • Suzanne Parker

    _________________________________ Suzanne Parker is a winner of the Kinereth Gensler Book Award, and her collection of poetry, “Viral,” was published by Alice James Books in Sept. 2013. Her poetry has recently appeared in “Barrow Street,” “Cimarron Review,” “Hunger Mountain” (which nominated the work for a Pushcart),“Drunken Boat,” and numerous other journals. She is a winner of the Alice […]