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Author’s Note: Drew Dillhunt lives in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle and is co-author, with his father, CX, of the chapbook Double Six (Endeavor, 1994). His writing has appeared in Eclectica, Hummingbird: Magazine of the Short Poem, Tarpaulin Sky, and Jacket. He’s the author of the poetry manuscript Materials Science, which was selected as a finalist for the National Poetry Series 2009 Open Competition. He has released two albums of his songs, including one with the band Fighting Shy.
Acknowledgement: “Plastic #2 (High Density Polyethylene)” originally appeared in Pitkin Review.
Cover Art: Jed Dunkerley, the Seattle artist whose painting, Something in Common, covers Mudlark No. 39 (2010), has shown his art at Vital 5, COCA, and the Hedreen Gallery (Seattle U.). The Stranger has reviewed two recent shows of his: one at Street Bean Espresso, Cloud Engineering: Jed Dunkerley’s Drawings of the Machines of Life by Charles Mudede, and the other at Vermillion, A Review of Jed Dunkerley’s Future by Jen Graves.