Week In Review 10/7/13-10/11/13

After a long hiatus, The Bakery returns with a new look and a wonderful feature that contains some of the most compelling voices in poetry. I’ve decided to tweak the format a little bit. Instead of a new poem every day, The Bakery will feature a new poem every Monday through Friday. The weekends will feature a recap of the work that appeared that week. If you have not already, take a moment to enjoy these poems. A new poem will be featured on Monday. Enjoy your weekend!

Monthly Special: Elegy. Guest-Edited by Corey Zeller

My Dispersing Sorry by Leora Fridman
Bedew by Leora Fridman
The Face of Budget Cuts Was Broader by Leora Fridman
Conspiracy of Woes by Susan Milchman
Neruda’s Bones by Jeanann Verlee

Lit News from around the Web:

Alice Munro Wins Nobel Prize!
Rebecca Wolff talks about a post-NYC creative life.
Travis Nichols talks with Ron Padgett over at the Huffington Post.

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