They'd long forgotten to dance— mis abuelos, rigid as the simple white wooden screen door that snapped open and shut into grandma's kitchen
Poem from the Sonic South Issue.
Poetry from the Built/Unbuilt Issue.
Tiana Nobile is a Korean American adoptee, Kundiman fellow, and recipient of a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Award. A finalist for the National Poetry Series and Kundiman Poetry Prize, her writing has appeared in Poetry Northwest, the New Republic, Guernica, and the Texas Review, among others. Her full-length poetry debut, Cleave, is forthcoming in spring 2021 from Hub City Press. She lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. Nobile's poem "Megafauna" was featured in the Imaginary South Issue (vol. 26, no. 4: Winter 2020).
Poetry by Jessica Jacobs, who is also featured in the upcoming "Built/Unbuilt" issue (vol. 27, no. 2: Summer 2021).