Devon Balwit   |   On This Journey We Will Lose Our Lives. This The Price We Have to Pay History.

Erica Bodwell   |   Sonnet Responding to Evil & In Spite of the News

Aaron Brossiet   |   This is Supposed to Be

Jo Burns   |   Heart or Reason

Wendy Taylor Carlisle   |   Some Passerines & 29 July 2011 / 15 July 2016

Lee Chilcote    |   Foreclosures & In Recovery

Sarah Cooper   |   Holy Breasts & The Study

 Grace Curtis  |   Rachel Dolezal: ‘I Identify as Black’

Salvatore Difalco   |   Capricci

Mark Fitzpatrick   |   Minha, The Ghost of Babo, & Diaspora Kitty

Nancy Flynn   |   We Try to Have a Picnic near the Shockingly Low Phillips Reservoir in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest during the Unprecedented Summer 2015 Pacific Northwest Heat Wave

Bill Frayer   |   Independence

Chapman Hood Frazier   |   Holocaust

Terri Greco   |   While Watching the Demonstration on Periscope, My Son Asks for a Gun

Ellen Kuper Halter   |   Good Night Moons

Janet Joyner   |   Ötzi The Iceman, The Bow Tie, & Remains in the Rift

Annie Lampman   |   War and Surgery & Our Baring

Laurinda Lind   |   Infestation

Leslie Linder   |   Anchor Babies

Jeffrey H.MacLachlan   |   Colonialism Pop-up Book & Christmas Village Campaign

Shahé Mankerian   |   The City of Lost Children

Megan Merchant   |   Election & The Art of Mindful Listening

John Miller   |   High John the Conqueror

Gloria Muñoz   |   Red Alert & The Night They Shot Gaitán

Louis P. Nappen   |   Social Advocate Jana Kings & Speech Writer Cyrana Chatters

Lindsay Oliver   |   How to be a feminist poet

Rodrigo Dela Peña, Jr.   |   In the House of the Sage

Frederick Pollack   |   D.T., Whole Foods, & October 2016

W.M. Rivera   |   Logic of Rot

Barbara Ruth   |   First

Gregory Stapp   | If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu & The Patriot’s Act


Gershon Ben-Avraham | Why My Father Never Voted

Kristine Brown   |   Why Are You Here?

Maryah Converse   |   What To Do In a Terror Alert

Barbara Ruth   |   Dyketatics: Leaderless

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About Forage

Some things are taken by flight. For instance -light and open space. But not all things.

At Forage, we are on the lookout for writing that understands the space between head and heart, and how to pull the two worlds closer together.

We are accepting submissions on a rolling basis and encourage both established and up-and-coming writers to submit poetry, essays, reviews, and art.