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Christopher Citro

Born and raised in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Christopher Citro is a candidate in the MFA and English MA programs at Indiana University. He began co-hosting The Poets Weave, in the spring of 2009. He also Associate Editor of Lyric Poetry Review and Associate Poetry Editor for Indiana Review.

Recent posts by Christopher

July 17, 2011


Melissa Rhoades’ Fathoming Zero

Rhoades also reads "I am not thinking about the man" and a tanka poem [tiny white blossoms].

July 10, 2011


“Salina, Kansas” By Trey Moody

Trey reads his poems "Salina, Kansas," "A Note on Silence," "Climate Reply" and "Remembering the Original."

July 3, 2011


Dutch East India Company By Melissa Rhoades

Rhoades also reads her poems "Beginning," "Meditation on tossing a bag of pre-grated cheddar in your shopping cart," and a tanka poem [Wildfires keep burning].

June 26, 2011


New Poems By Micah Ling

Ling reads from her new manuscript called Settlement, dealing with the Palestinian Territories and the reservations of the United States.

June 19, 2011


“Ode To A Black Glass Marble” By Michael Dauro

Dauro reads his poems "Orfeo's Nocturne," "Ode to a Black Glass Marble," and "Haiku for Don Belton."

June 12, 2011


“Romance At The Market” By Rachel Gray

Gray reads her poems "Advice," "On Losing," "This is the first time I heard laughter and death in the same sentence," and "Romance at the Market."

June 5, 2011


More From Steve Scafidi At The Blue Light Series

Recorded at the 2011 Blue Light Reading Series, Steve Scafidi reads "The Cake" and "Rockingchair Bookcase."

May 29, 2011


Micah Ling Reads From Her Book Sweetgrass

Ling reads prose poems about Montana from her second collection of poetry.

May 22, 2011


Steve Scafidi At The 2011 Blue Light Reading Series

Recorded at the 2011 Blue Light Reading Series, Steve Scafidi reads "The Ten-Letter Word for a Lucky Man" and "The Junebugs."

May 15, 2011


From Three Islands By Micah Ling

Ling reads poems from her first collection, which are written in the voice of Amelia Earhart.

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