Issue 28 poetry

The Alpine Fault

by Erin Rose Coffin

A small collage which has a skewed, interconnected architectural images, in shades of brown, placed in the center of a depiction of deep black negative space. Within the geometry of the central image two small characters, a man and a woman are walking casually towards the viewer seemingly unaware of the oddity of their somewhat ominous surroundings. They are headed somewhere as in a dream.
No. 243 by K.G. Ricci

An image showing the formatting of the text of the poem, indented on every second line.

Erin Rose Coffin holds a Master of Fine Arts in poetry from North Carolina State University. Her work has appeared in Raleigh Review, Arcturus, Angel City Review, and Punch Drunk Press. She is currently a writer-in-residence at Goodyear Arts, and she lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her partner and her cat.

K.G. Ricci has spent most of his seventy years in New York City where he currently lives and works. It has only been the last five years that he has devoted himself to the creation of his collage panels. After a career in the music business and a decade of teaching in NYC schools, Ken began creating his own original artwork in earnest.

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