Today's poem is "At the intersection: burnt August fields"
from It Can Be Solved By Walking

CityLit Press

Jennifer Wallace teaches at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a poetry editor at The Courtland Review and founding editor of Toadlily Press. Her chapbook, Minor Heaven, appears in Desire Path (Toadlily Press, 2005). In 2009 she directed a short documentary, Inter : View, A Conversation About Nature and the City. Jennifer's photographs have been exhibited at the Baltimore Museum of Art and at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She has written essays for exhibition catalogs and literary magazines; her poems appear in numerous journals and anthologies.

Books by Jennifer Wallace:

Other poems on the web by Jennifer Wallace:
Two poems

Jennifer Wallace's Website.

About It Can Be Solved By Walking:

"With acute observation, robust description, and artful wit, Wallace invites us to view the neighborhoods of Baltimore at a walking pace without preconceptions or illusions as to what cities are supposed to be."
—Rutherford H. Platt

"A passionate attachment to the heartbeat of language shapes these meditations by which Wallace sifts Baltimore's grief and beauty for gold."
—Lia Purpura

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