Annette Oxindine’s poetry appears or is forthcoming in Shenandoah, Gulf Coast, Willow Springs, Superstition Review, burntdistrict, Crab Creek Review, RHINO, Winter Tangerine Review, and elsewhere. Originally from Maryland, she lives in Ohio and is an associate professor at Wright State University, where she teaches literature.
She watches the day blaze itself out, sun catching fire on patches of ice flecked, now, with salt. Too late to do her much good. He called from a phone booth around the corner saying something about readiness being all. With one arm still inside his coat, he led her to the narrow bed, pushed […]