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Adam Fitzgerald
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Biography
Adam Fitzgerald’s debut collection of poetry, The Late Parade, will be published by W. W. Norton/Liveright in June 2013. Recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming from A Public Space, Boston Review, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. He edits the poetry journal Maggy and teaches at Rutgers and The New School. He lives in the East Village.

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Vol. 70
Sanctuary: The Preservation Issue
Spring 2018
Edited by Bradford Morrow

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October 16, 2018
The knife was raised
before there was an after.
He cried out, “Stop, stop!
“My name means laughter.”
October 9, 2018
It was his mother’s necklace, so it had value to him, more value to him than probably to his wife. It was meant for a woman though, so he couldn’t wear it.
October 2, 2018
Song of Betel leaves being moved
from one cheek to the other and
someone sleeps on a sofa, the peal
of fleecy bells in the distance.
These real things. These real
things that make everything
real around them.
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