Angie Macri

Angie Macri is the author of Underwater Panther (Southeast Missouri State University), winner of the Cowles Poetry Book Prize, and Fear Nothing of the Future or the Past (Finishing Line). Her recent work appears in The Journal, Quiddity, and The Southern Review. An Arkansas Arts Council fellow, she lives in Hot Springs. Find her online at angiemacri.wordpress.com


Articulation by Angie Macri   Recently updated !

    The pears moved according to the air’s lips and then the plums, second to bloom all wild and sweet. Without hands, what choice   did the air have but to use its mouth, breathe out and in, so that the forest waved bare bones of wood as it […]


Fingertips of Rose by Angie Macri   Recently updated !

    They named the girls dawn, never evening, and blamed the old goddess with fingertips of rose when in truth she had nothing to do with it at all. They wanted to name their girls for something that turned to day, not night with all they couldn’t see. What […]


Contact Metamorphism by Angie Macri   Recently updated !

    The black mushrooms rose after the storms along the road in moss and clover, as ink, as overcast night sky, as the dog that ran over them without a care. The forest had uncurved   emerald overnight, too many raw shapes to be gemstones anymore, and that was […]