Fresh-Pressed: Poems Published in Pif Magazine

We’re glad to be in Pif Magazine again!

Alex Miller: Her Pure Exclusive Music

“An air conditioner whirs
baritone in the bay window,
the couch where she sits
throbs in sunlight, songbird-

egg blue…”

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Luke Irwin: The Mannequins at Delphi

“Headlights purchase being,
dealing cars by night lengths.
I am transacted across lives
for economies of passengers.

Once I am my daughter…”

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About A. Miller

ALEX MILLER JR. is a staff writer for The Curator and the co-author of A Bow From My Shadow, a collection of poems written in dialogue with Luke Irwin. His essays and poems have appeared in The Conversation, Transpositions, Pif, The Curator, The Denver Syntax, Lake Effect, and ken*again. He is an adjunct professor of Western literature at Gordon College in Wenham, Mass., and high school English and Rhetoric teacher. He lives in Beverly, Mass. You can follow him on Twitter: @miller_jr.

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