“Liberty Bell” in the Southwest Review

I wrote “Liberty Bell” while researching the 1915 World’s Fair in San Francisco for a cycle of sonnets about that city and wage labor and miscarriage and widening income inequality. Many thanks to the editors of the Southwest Review for their enthusiasm and for a beautiful issue!

Others from the series can be found in Zyzzyva, Gulf Coast, Prairie Schooner, Faultline, North American Review, Subtropics, Memorious, Birmingham Poetry Review, Cincinnati Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Connotation Press, and elsewhere.

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