Christopher Dollard is a poet, writer, former chef, musician, and activist from Providence. His poetry has appeared in Barrow Street, Cosmonauts Avenue, Gris-Gris, The Little Patuxent Review, The Rappahannock Review, Redactions: Poetry & Poetics, and the Watershed Review; his prose has appeared in Thrive Global and The Washington Post. He is a graduate of the Syracuse University MFA Program in Creative Writing, and he lives in Seattle where he works as a copywriter and tries to get lost as often as possible in the nearby mountains. He also writes about his deep love of baseball on The Poetic Mets.
“Missed Train” and “The Story of the Fool” in Cosmonauts Avenue
“Tuscaloosa” in the Watershed Review
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The quote in the image above is from “The White Fires of Venus” by Denis Johnson.