The Glass Coin is currently in caretaker mode

The Glass Coin is currently in caretaker mode

I have been a part of The Glass Coin since it’s conception in 2009. It’s how I met my man. How I defined myself....

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Introducing…Carol Smallwood

Introducing…Carol Smallwood

Meet Carol… Carol Smallwood received a MLS from Western Michigan University, MA in History from Eastern Michigan University.  Women on Poetry: Writing, Revising, Publishing...

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Prague
Poem by
Jessica Evans

summer unpacked fury of misplaced passion, so we followed forgotten season’s light, coldly flew at midnight to tracks settling silent shame you hurled two...

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Seat 31C
Poem by
William Ogden Haynes

The Boeing 787 is full except for the seat next to me. It’s always my luck to have a seat mate who talks too...

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White Flag?
Poem by
Nakesha Moore

I inhale and I exhale The soundtrack of my own frustrations Finally ready to pick up my pen Now that I’ve put down my...

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Peel Slowly and See
Poem by
Shenan Prestwich

The Velvet Underground’s “Venus in Furs” plays as I watch through the windshield, sheltered in a steel sound chamber as one passerby, his face...

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Flower
Poem by
Don Thompson

I hosed down my house yesterday, Adjusting the old brass nozzle Until it sluiced diehard spider webs From under the highest eaves. They’ll be...

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The Maglite, the Skylark, and the Professor
Fiction by
Glenn Erick Miller

   You are casing houses in Maple Heights, the only part of town worth casing, when your ’73 Skylark spits and shudders and dies.  When...

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Our Love Was Like A 33 Cent Knockoff Wiffle Ball
Poem by
Connor Vlieland

I was raking today and came across a shattered and forgotten knockoff Wiffle Ball underneath a pile of leaves. You can probably already see...

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