“The anthills on the sidewalk cracks, the grasshopper that fell in the storm drain, the ball too deep in the sticker bushes to ever be recovered, a morning spent waiting. What reason would we have for remembering any of it?”
-Lynda Barry from One Hundred Demons
Danni Quintos is a Kentuckian and an Affrilachian Poet. She holds an MFA from Indiana University. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Pluck!, Toe Good, Anthropoid, and Best New Poets 2015. Rumor has it, she is knitting a cocoon, from which she will emerge when her thesis is done.