We were so happy to publish this story in Moon City Review 2019, and we’re just as thrilled to share this entry in our online reading series. Here’s Allison Wyss reading her Pushcart-nominated “Boobman”:
We wanted to recognize all of the great work that’s appeared in all issues of Moon City Review, so today’s entry in our online reading series features Lana Spendl reading her poem “As God Intended” from the 2019 issue:
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We have such a wonderful reading to share with you today: Danielle Burnette presents two of her flash pieces that appeared in Moon City Review 2020, “Clean” and “Rear View.” We know you’ll enjoy this as much as we did!
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We hope you’re enjoying our online reading series as much as we are, and we have plenty more to share in the coming weeks. Today’s entry is so good: Marcia LeBeau goes the extra mile, reading her poems that appeared in Moon City Review 2016 AND the 2020 issue.
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For today’s online reading series entry, we wanted to directly acknowledge one of our culture’s most pressing concerns with this incredibly poignant poem from Moon City Poetry Award Series Editor and Missouri Poet Laureate, Karen Craigo:
It’s Friday again, which means we get the pleasure of bringing you yet another entry in our online reading series. Today, Jessica Mehta offers a beautiful reading of her poem “Horn OK Please,” which was featured in Moon City Review 2020: