Today's poem is "Displacement"
from Cimarron Review

Constantine Contogenis was the poet-in-residence at SUNY Purchase (2000-2001). He is the co-author of Songs of the Kisaeng: Courtesan Poetry of the Last Korean Dynasty (BOA Editions, 1997), a collection of verse translations. A collection of his own poems, Ikaros, is forthcoming from Word Press in 2004. His work has also been published in numerous journals such as Pequod, Poetry East, Paris Review, Crazyhorse, and New York Quarterly.

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Poets in this issue: Stephen Cramer, Gu Cheng/Aaron Crippen, Grace Schulman, Kate Hinnant, Yun Wang, Bryan Dietrich, Brian R. Lutz, Stephen Palermo, Andrew Kozma, Dustin Nightingale, Catherine Moran, Jason Roush, Eric Reymond, Constantine Contogenis, Amy MacLennan, Shanta Acharya, Raza Ali Hasan, Larry Rapant, Barbara Presnell, Adam Penna, Boyer Rickel.

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