Click the .mp3 link below to hear Heather Cox read “Relics” from the 2015 issue of RHINO.
The editors of RHINO are thrilled to announce that our second installment of our online edition of RHINO 2015 is up and out.
We continue to remain committed to publishing a print journal yearly; the publication of the poems online in three installments (beginning 6 months after print publication) is intended to supplement and broaden the outreach of the print journal.
The first installment went up in August and the third and final installment will go up in in late December/early January.
You can now find the poems from the authors below, here.
The online issue now includes work by
Charles Baudelaire • Kevin Carollo • Chance Castro • Timothy Cook • Heather Cox • Ana Dragu • Benjamin Evans • John Gosslee • Kathleen Gunton • Tim Hunt • Satoshi Iwai • Elisa Karbin • dawn lonsinger • Maya Marshall • Roy Mash • Autumn McClintock • Jennifer Moore • Wendy Nardi • R.C. Neighbors • Marcia J. Pradzinski • Bill Rector • Abby Ryder-Huth • Timothy Sanchez • Claudia Serea • Kate Ward Sugar • Laura Swearingen-Steadwell • Unknown • Arne Weingart • Sarah Ann Winn • Suzanne Zweizig
Open Mike 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Featured Readers 6:45 pm – 7:30 pm
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Heather Cox is the founding editor of Ghost Ocean Magazine and the chapbook press Tree Light Books. Heather’s work has been published or is forthcoming in [PANK], Mid-American Review (Editor’s Choice, 2012 Fineline Competition), Columbia Poetry Review, Thrush Press, Boxcar Poetry Review, and DIALOGIST, among others; her poetry has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and her chapbook Dream Seller was a 2012 Strange Machine Books finalist.
Sarah Carson’s poetry and short stories have appeared in Columbia Poetry Review, DIAGRAM, Guernica, The Nashville Review, and The New Orleans Review, among others. She is the author of three chapbooks, and two full-length collections, Poems in which You Die (BatCat Press, 2014) and Buick City (Mayapple Press, f2015). Sarah is also a former associate editor of RHINO.
Kevin Carollo “Homework Assignment”
Nina Corwin “Sal(i)vation”
Heather Cox “Relics”
Agnes Davis “Strike Gently”
Don Judson (Untitled—from a series of poems dearmother)
Brianna Low “Communion”
Marco Maisto “Object Permanence”
Timothy Martin “O Fortunate One”
R. C. Neighbors “Black Boys”
Elizabeth O’Connell-Thompson “Cooking Lessons”
Marcia Pradzinski Cento: “All That Moves You Through This World”
Sam Sax “essay on crying in public”
Paul Tran “[He picked me up.]”
Arne Weingart “Giacometti Nail”
Monika Zobel “Wind (Blackbox)”