Jordan Escobar is a writer in Jamaica Plain, MA. His work can be found in Water-Stone Review, Blue Earth Review, McNeese Review, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Terrain.org and elsewhere. He currently divides his time teaching at Emerson College and working as a professional beekeeper.
Jordan Escobar: You can’t have love without labor
I tongue the empty depression where my tooth once anchored. Just yesterday, I sat in a dentist office and watched the pigeons in front of Copley Square strut about in their miscellaneous lives. I asked: Who’s the captain of the birds, here? I want his name and number. When I got home, I watered the […]