Today's poem is "These Gods are Known by the Shapes of Their Teeth"

from Southern Indiana Review

John M. Anderson teaches creative writing and the Emily Dickinson Seminar at Boston College and divides his time between Boston and Cripple Creek, Colorado. He has new poems in Beloit Poetry Journal, Quiddity, and The Antioch Review, as well as a chapbook Dictionary Quilt (Pudding House, 2007). He was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2007 and 2008; this year, his manuscript Blackwater Driveby was a finalist for the May Swenson Prize. He looks forward to serving as guest poetry editor for Crazyhorse this summer.

Books by John M. Anderson:

Other poems on the web by John M. Anderson:
"Scots Wed"
"Alexanders and Scotts, a Bramble"
"Saloon Doors"
"Manhunt for Osama : Book of Kells, AD 800"
"Field Stone, an Eye Color"
"Durango Cold"
"Ghost Town Catholic"

John M. Anderson's Home Page.

About Southern Indiana Review:

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Poetry Editor: Matthew R. Graham
Other poems by Southern Indiana Review in Verse Daily:
July 12, 2009:   "Wound" by Corinne Wohlford Taff
July 10, 2009:   "Love Note" by E.G. Burrow
July 6, 2007:   "The Cruelest Month" by Grace Bauer

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