Today's poem is "An American Poem"
from Gray Market

1913 Press

Krystal Languell was born in South Bend, Indiana. She is the author of the books Call the Catastrophists (BlazeVox, 2011) and Gray Market (1913 Press, 2016) and the chapbooks Last Song (dancing girl press, 2014), Be a Dead Girl (Argos Books, 2014), Fashion Blast Quarter (Flying Object, 2014), Diamonds in the Flesh, a collaboration w/ Robert Alan Wendeborn, (Double Cross Press, 2015), and a collection of interviews, Archive Theft (Essay Press, 2015). Development Director for Belladonna* Collaborative and publisher of the feminist poetry journal Bone Bouquet, she works as a freelance bookkeeper for small presses and an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities & Media Studies at Pratt Institute. Her poetry has won a 2013-2014 Poetry Project Emerge-Surface-Be fellowship and a 2014-2015 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council workspace residency. New work is forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Boston Review, Bayou Magazine and elsewhere.

Other poems by Krystal Languell in Verse Daily:
May 22, 2012:   "Frenemy" "I grind my teeth enough that they're getting shorter...."

Books by Krystal Languell:

Other poems on the web by Krystal Languell:
Two poems
"(Smell of (bonfire"
"Hate Is Unbecoming"
"Romeo + Juliet Poem"
"Unsaticatory Proggres"
"She loves her"
"I'll See it When I Believe it"
"Field Notes, Liverpool"
Two poems

Krystal Languell on Twitter.

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