Bonnie Emerick lives in Gunnison, Colorado, and teaches at Western State College. She holds an MFA in poetry from Colorado State University. In addition to having been a featured reader in Harlem’s DiVerse City Reading Series, she has had or will have poems published in the following journals: cold-drill, Curbside Review, Diner, Interim, Quarter After Eight, Rive Gauche, So To Speak, Square One, and the tiny.
Bonnie Emerick’s “What We Intended Before We Never Again Will Intend After” appears in Caketrain Issue 05.
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