Marko Capoferri has lived and worked in eight U.S. states, including Montana, where he currently resides. He is an MFA candidate at the University of Montana in Missoula.
Just like we were on the Great Plains in 1949, my father and I would gather summer nights with neighbors lining our country road to watch constellations disbanding. Whether tragedy or a tragic lack of imagination, it’s hard to say—he and I simply could not see any threads or their severing. Then, as now, telephone […]
White paper coffee cups collect in drifts by the freeway exit ramp—the hearts of ghosts once held tight then tossed out the window of a car speeding across the desert at four a.m. trying to stay awake to see, when the light came back, what the battered face of the land could tell us […]