Today's poem is "Taxidermy"

from Bat City Review

Andrew Osborn's chapbook-length manuscript Plato's Aviary was selected by Robert Hass as one of two winners of the 2002 Annual Aldrich Poetry Competition. His reviews and poems have recently appeared in Boston Review, Iowa Review, Chicago Review, Denver Quarterly, Poetry Project Newsletter, Colorado Review, and Fence.

Other poems by Andrew Osborn in Verse Daily:
September 15, 2005:   "Addendum" " And then there's the wind blows through me, no noun..."

About Bat City Review:
Poets in this issue: Craig Arnold, John Bradley, Michael Burkard, Teresa Cader, Mike Chasar, Philip Dacey, Kyle Dargan, Norman Dubie, Karl Elder, Marilyn Hacker, Bill Knott, Anthony Lacavaro, Gerry LaFemina, Ben Lerner, Eric McHenry, Marc McKee, Maurice Manning, Khaled Mattawa, Robert Morgan, Emmanuel Moses, Thylias Moss, Paul Muldoon, Andrew Osborn, Eric Pankey, Barbara Ras, Ron Rash, Mary Ann Samyn, Tracy K. Smith, Andrew Stallings, Larissa Szporluk, David Wagoner, Marlys West, C. K. Williams, Franz Wright, John Yau, C. Dale Young

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Editor: James Capozzi

Other poems by Bat City Review in Verse Daily:
September 24, 2005:   "Cuckoo" Larissa Szporluk
September 15, 2005:   "Addendum" Andrew Osborn
September 14, 2005:   "Loosely Related Sheep" Larissa Szporluk
September 12, 2005:   "Smatches"" Bill Knott

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