Issue Two: Fall 2017

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ROBERT MILTNER

SEA GLASS

Ruby Beach,
Olympic National Park,
Washington Coast.

Sea Glass

“Sea Glass” is a haibun, hybrid travelogue prose poem invented by the 17th-century Japanese haiku master Bashō.

About the Author

Robert Miltner’s nonfiction, fiction, and poetry have appeared in The Los Angeles Review, DIAGRAM, Pleiades, Birmingham Poetry Review, Sentence, Eleven Eleven, Eastern Iowa Review, and Great Lakes Review. His book of prose poetry is Hotel Utopia (New Rivers Press), selected by Tim Seibles for the Many Voices poetry award; Miltner’s collection of short fiction is And Your Bird Can Sing (Bottom Dog Press); his chapbooks include a Wick chapbook prize for Against the Simple (Kent State University Press) a Summer chapbook prize for Eurydice Rising (Red Berry Editions). Miltner is professor of English at Kent State University Stark in Canton, Ohio, and is on the faculty (fiction and poetry) of the Northeast Ohio MFA in Creative Writing program. He edits The Raymond Carver Review.

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