Today's poem is "Brought to You by the Letter Ox , Or: Why I Want my Son to Remain Illiterate"

from Fugue

Mitchell Metz is widely published. Most recently, his work has appeared in Hiram Poetry Review, Roanoke Review, Redivider, and South Carolina Review. He is currently a Pushcart Nominee.

About Fugue:
Poets in this issue: Alan Harawitz, Mitchell Metz, Kerri French, Joseph Capista, Curtis Bauer, Robert Herschbach, Laurie Soslow, Tracy Truels, John Findura, Catherine Carter, John M. Anderson, Matthew Deshe Cashion, David Kirby, Natasha Trethewey, Josh Rathkamp, Don Welch, Virginia Heatter

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Fugue * 200 Brink Hall * University of Idaho * P.O. Box 441102 * Moscow, ID 83844
Poetry Editor: Rachel Berry

Other poems by Fugue in Verse Daily:
October 1, 2006:   "The Gift of Winter" by Philip Levine
September 28, 2006:   "Postage Stamps, the First Date Series: Watching the Kingdome Implosion Broadcast, Seattle, Washington" by Lisa Roullard
September 26, 2006:   "Osmosis" by Lauren Goodwin Slaughter
May 4, 2006:   "Tell Me" by Maggie Nelson
May 2, 2006:   "Prose, I say, Plasma" by Susanna Childress
July 29, 2005:   "Cold Pastoral by Reginald Shepherd
March 6, 2005:  "The Property" by William Ford

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