I'm glad to have a new prose poem titled "Dreamscape// Pandemic Travel via Horizontal Silage" in the space-themed issue of FERAL. Thank you to the editors! I love how FERAL pairs each poem with visual art.
My visual poem, "After Losing Her Job During Covid-19," was published in the Winter 2021 issue of Bramble. The poem's shape and opening lines take inspiration from an actual four-leaf clover (pictured below) that I found on my hill during the pandemic. The college where I had taught for a number of years had recently announced its closure, and it seemed unlikely and odd to find a symbol of good luck without looking for one.
Emilie Lindemann is the author of mother-mailbox (forthcoming from Misty Publications) and several poetry chapbooks, including Small Adult Trees/Small Adulteries and Queen of the Milky Way (both from dancing girl press).