Marc Harshman

Marc Harshman

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Raised in rural Indiana, Marc Harshman has lived his adult life in West Virginia where, for many years, he taught in a three-room country school. Periodical publications of work include The Georgia Review, Tuesday, The Bitter Oleander, Shenandoah, Atlanta Review, 5 AM, and The Progressive. He is the author of three chapbooks of poetry including most recently Local Journeys (Finishing Line). His poem, "In The Company of Heaven," recently won the Newport Review flash fiction contest. He is also the author of eleven children's picture books including The Storm, a Smithsonian Notable Book for Children. New children’s titles are forthcoming.

Contributions by Marc Harshman

Spring 2011 Issue

With Shakespeare in the Admissions Room at Yale

Winner, 2010 Literal Latte Short Short Contest.
The bulldog squats on the mantel, smug in his silence. Inside the mirror a man is noosing his blue tie through the collar of a yellow shirt. The dental work crowning the wainscoting empowers the room to speak for everyone….

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Spring 2011 Issue

And The Catafalques Are All Empty

Winner, 2010 Literal Latte Short Short Contest.
I am already dreaming about you, Russell Edson, wondering where you are, if you’re still tinkering with the language, leaving surprise packets in the unguarded provinces of our groins…

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