Trent Nutting has been to Brazil, Utah, Florida, and all the pretend places his children’s books take him. He writes at a three-by-two kitchen table during the dark pre-dawn hours, before his daughters wake up. Some work, though, has seen the light of day. Poems have appeared in Comstock Review, Connecticut River Review, Linebreak, Miracle Monacle, Southeast Review, and elsewhere.
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Issue 14 | February 2012