Thomas David Lisk’s work has appeared in many little magazines and newspapers, including most recently Boston Review, The New Review, Urbanus, and Apalachee Quarterly. Apalachee Press published a collection of his poems, A Short History of Pens Since the French Revolution, in 1991. His poems have been twice nominated for Pushcart Prizes.
Thomas David Lisk
1. Anger At the museum I saw bandaged dogs and pointed dreams. I appreciate the generosity of the open page. Twine fastened paddles to airless machines and prickled reveries. I appreciate the subtle evocations of these contrivances. String tied wings to ground-bound machines. I wanted to see them through a microfying glass: made-up things that […]