Today's poems are "All Things End in Fragrance" and "Starlings"

from New England Review

James Hoch has worked as a dishwasher, cook, dockworker, social worker, and shepherd. His poems have appeared in Slate, The Kenyon Review, The Gettysburg Review, Ninth Letter, Virginia Quarterly Review, and many other journals. His book, A Parade of Hands. won the Gerald Cable Award and was published in 2003 by Silverfish Review Press. Originally from Collingswood, New Jersey, he now resides in Charolottesville, Virginia, with his wife and son. He teaches at Lynchburg College.

Other poems by James Hoch in Verse Daily:
September 30, 2002:  "Furnace" "....We did not believe // it could speak..."

About New England Review:
Poets in this issue: Natasha Trethewey, James Longenbach, Debora Greger, Samuel Amadon, Quan Barry, Floyd Skloot, Amit Majmudar, Jennifer Grotz, Sarah Murphy, James Hoch, Sydney Lea

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Poetry Editor: C. Dale Young

Other poems from New England Review in Verse Daily:
June 21, 2006:   "Semaphore" by Sarah Murphy
April 28, 2006:   "The Professor's Lover" by Victoria Chang
April 25, 2006:   "Undid in the Land of Undone" by Lee Upton

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