Vol. 12 Contributor Spotlight: Lana Crossman

Meet Lana Crossman! Lana’s poem, “A-Beta (Amyloid beta),” will be featured in our poetry special issue, vol. 12!

How Lana describes this poem in 12 words or less:
“Fibres tangle, plaques accumulate, memories leave you floating heavier than air”

Lana Crossman grew up in rural New Brunswick and now lives in Ottawa, Ontario. Her debut chapbook, Buoyant, at last, will be published by Rose Garden Press in fall 2022. Lana’s poetry has been published in FEED, FERAL, flo., The Light Ekphrastic, Bywords, G U E S T and Apt613. She won Carleton University’s Lilian I. Found Award for Poetry in 2020 and was on the shortlist for the John Newlove Poetry Award in 2018.

Pre-order your copy of our limited run poetry special issue now!
Don’t forget! Submissions for our next issue, themed “Help,” are open until May 1st.

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