A Spanish Galleon Contemplates the Future


Stephen Gibson

Stephen Gibson is the author of eight poetry collections: Frida Kahlo in Fort Lauderdale (2020 Able Muse Book Award finalist, forthcoming from Able Muse Press), Self-Portrait in a Door-Length Mirror (2017 Miller Williams Prize winner, University of Arkansas Press), The Garden of Earthly Delights Book of Ghazals (Texas Review Press), Rorschach Art Too (2014 Donald Justice Prize, Story Line Press; 2021 Story Line Press Legacy Title, Red Hen Press), Paradise (Miller Williams Poetry Prize finalist, University of Arkansas Press), Frescoes (Lo


Leona Sevick

Leona Sevick is the 2017 Press 53 Poetry Award winner for her first full-length book of poems, Lion Brothers. Her recent work appears in Orion, Birmingham Poetry Review, and Blackbird. Her work also appears in The Golden Shovel Anthology: New Poems Honoring Gwendolyn Brooks. Sevick was named a 2019 Walter E. Dakin Fellow and a 2018 Tennessee Williams Scholar for the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. She serves as poetry reader for Los Angeles Review and advisory board member of the Furious Flower Black Poetry Center.


D. R. Goodman

D. R. Goodman is the author of Greed: A Confession (Able Muse Press, 2014). Twice winner of the Able Muse Write Prize for poetry, and 2015 winner of the Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award, her work has appeared in such journals as New Ohio Review, THINK Journal, Whitefish Review, Crazyhorse, and many others. Her poems have been chosen for inclusion in Ted Kooser’s American Life in Poetry and in the anthologies Extreme Sonnets, Beth Houston, editor; and 150 Contemporary Sonnets, William Baer, editor.


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