The 2River View 24.4 (Summer 2020)

J. T. Ledbetter has poems in Beloit Poetry Journal, Poetry, Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, and The Southern Review. Old and Lost Rivers, was published in 2012.

Anthony Aguero is a queer writer in Los Angeles. His work has appeared in The Bangalore Review and The Temz Review.

Despy Boutris is published or forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Colorado Review, Copper Nickel, Prairie Schooner, Southern Indiana Review, and elsewhere. Currently, she teaches at the University of Houston and serves as Assistant Poetry Editor for Gulf Coast.

Terri Brown-Davidson is the author of Rag Men, winner of The Ledge Chapbook Contest. Work of hers has appeared in Los Angeles Review, North American Review, South Dakota Review, and Triquarterly New Writers.

D M Gordon is the author of Nightly, At the Institute of the Possible, a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Award. She’s a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellow in fiction, two-time finalist in poetry.

Maura High, originally from Wales, but settled now in North Carolina. Her poems have appeared in the New England Review, Southern Review, and Tar River Quarterly.

Peter Leight has previously published poems in AGNI, Beloit Poetry Review, Field, Matter, Paris Review, Raritan, and other magazines.

Keith Love is resident physician in the Department of Medicine at the Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. While completing his medical degree at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, he developed a passion for medical humanities. His appearance here in 2River is his first publication.

Sharona Muir is the author of four books including Invisible Beasts, a novel. Her work has appeared in Kenyon Review, The New York Times, The Paris Review, and elsewhere.

Sarah Stickney has recently published poems in Crazyhorse and the Massachusetts Review. Her chapbook Portico was selected by Thomas Lux as 2016 winner of Emrys Press's annual competition. Stickney translates Italian poetry, and is Dean of Deep Springs college.

Peter Waldor is the author of eight books, with Unmade Friend, Elegies is due out soon from Finishing Line Press. These poems in 2River are part of a series of love poems called There Is Something Amazing About the Way.

Photographs of a Covid19 Summer

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