Mudlark No. 55 (2014)

Poems by Peter Marcus

Cover of Mudlark No. 55 (2013)
Anselm Kiefer, San Loretto, 1976-2007
Oil, emulsion, acrylic and shellac on canvas, 190 x 280 cm
The Würth Collection


On the Circumference
At Santa Maria Trestevare
On The Field of Mars
The Vilnius Christ
One Day, Mahabalipuram
The Mingun Bell
The Unspoken
Harvest Blackbirds
Dawn, Sumatra
Manhattan/Bali: A Jet Lag in Fragments
Two Mirrors from the End of Autumn
Cicadas Mating
Torn Pages from a Ground Zero Notebook
Closing Time, Tortilla Flats
Clock Tower Crow
The Blakean Sky
Clouds and the White Arms of Compassion
Crossing 6th Avenue in Winter Sunlight

Peter Marcus is the author of one collection of poetry, Dark Square, which was published in late 2012 by Pleasure Boat Studio: A Literary Press, New York, NY. His poems have appeared in over 60 literary journals and magazines including: AGNI, Antioch Review, Boulevard, Brilliant Corners, Gastronomica, New England Review, Nimrod, Notre Dame Review, Ploughshares, Poetry, Quarterly West, Shenandoah Southern Review, Witness, and others. He has poems in two human rights anthologies, I Go To Ruined Places (2009) and Before There Is Nowhere To Stand (2012), both published by Lost Horse Press in Sandpoint, Idaho, and in an anthology of young poets, On the Verge, published by AGNI/Faber and Faber in 1993. He has been a recipient of a Connecticut Fellowship for the Arts grant (2005) and a resident fellow at Vermont Studio Center (2013).

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