Timothy Leach

Timothy Leach

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Timothy Leach spent 35 years in journalism, advertising, and public relations, then taught as an adjunct instructor for five years, semi-retired, at local universities and community colleges while writing poetry. His work has appeared in more than 25 literary journals including The Atlanta Review, Natural Bridge, The Evansville Review, Sou'Wester, New York Quarterly (pending), Southern Poetry Review, Potomac Review, Big Muddy, Epicenter, Willard & Maple, Tulane Review. Two times finalist in both the annual River Styx and the New Letters poetry competitions, runner-up in the 2007-08 New Millennium Writings competition. Winner of 2008 University of Missouri-St. Louis MFA poetry competition. First book, Icarus Flees the Garden of Earthly Delights to be published by WordTech Communications in May, 2015. His work appears in several local and regional anthologies, most notably in two volume, award-winning war literature anthology, Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors.

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Spring 2014 Issue

Nude Descending a Staircase (Number 2), 1919

With precision and alacrity, aloof as machinery,
she shucked past selves like shrimp shells,
as down time’s squared steps she came,…

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