6x6 #17: I was ashamed of the poems, and still I'm ashamed
6x6 #17: I was ashamed of the poems, and still I'm ashamed

6x6 Poets

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"as we sit cloistered in half-language" — Megan Kaminski

Poems by James Copeland, Lucy Ives, Megan Kaminski, Mary Millsap, Zachary Schomburg & Mathias Svalina, and Kevin Varrone.

This issue of 6x6 was designed by Will Hubbard. Cover offset printed by Polyprint & Design in NYC and letterpress printed at UDP. 

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Truncated thoughts make way for daylight

create space for afternoon meanderings

are we doomed to watch and wait days

people walk and drive past

as we sit cloistered in half-language

imagining walls spill secrets to anxious limbs

spring breezes tuck in tight to eaves

remind us of the speaking world.

—Megan Kaminski 

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About the Author

6x6 magazine includes 6 poets in each issue. 

Currently, 6×6 is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

The full text of most issues 6x6 can be found on EBSCO Publishing's Poetry Reference Center.

ISSN: 1553-9459