David Baratier’s poetry has appeared in Denver Quarterly, Red Brick Review, Jacket, 5 AM, Phoebe, Quarter After Eight, Poet Lore, Slipstream, Riverwind, Fourteen Hills and many others. His poems are anthologized in American Poetry: the Next Generation, Clockpunchers: Poetry of the American Workplace, and Green Meanies. Recent books and chapbooks include In It What’s In It, Estrella’s Prophecies I: Spinning the Wheel of Fortune, and Estrella’s Prophecies II: An American Fortune In Paris. He is the founder and editor of Pavement Saw Press.
David Baratier’s “Estrella’s Prophecies XXVIII,” “Estrella’s Prophecies XXIX,” “Estrella’s Prophecies XXX,” “Estrella’s Prophecies XXXI,” “Estrella’s Prophecies LVI,” “Estrella’s Prophecies LX,” “Estrella’s Prophecies LXIV,” and “Notes for Estrella’s Prophecies LXV et Seq.” appear in Caketrain Issue 01.
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