Derek Pollard is an associate editor at New Issues Poetry & Prose, and a contributing editor at Barrow Street. His poems and reviews appear or are forthcoming in 580 Split, American Book Review, Court Green, DIAGRAM, No Tell Motel, and Pleiades, among others.
Derek Pollard’s “Suddenly while walking,” “Found Poem No. 9,” and “This Sentence Is Giving Credibility Because Freda Jackson Is Beautiful But Turns Ugly” appear in Caketrain Issue 02; “from Inconsequentia” (with Derek Henderson) appears in Caketrain Issue 05.
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