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Corrie Williamson

Corrie Williamson is the author of the poetry collections The River Where You Forgot My Name (Crab Orchard Series/Southern Illinois University Press, 2019), a finalist for the Montana Book Award, and Sweet Husk (Perugia Press, 2014). Her recent work appears or is forthcoming in Southern Review, Common, Copper Nickel, and 32 Poems. Williamson lives in Montana, where she is working on her third manuscript, Your Mother’s Bear Gun.

May/June 2022

Mercy Me

By Corrie Williamson

said the womenfolk where I was raised, and in my mind mercy was a verb, the action reflexive. Though of course the wolf in the kingdom of winter does not […]

May/June 2022

You’re Hoarding Guns, I’m Growing Herbs

By Corrie Williamson

my sister tells my father after he bends                          to pluck from her patch of pennyroyal, age-old abortifacient from mint’s family, square-stemmed, toxic, crested                          like a tropical bird with morning-purple tuft, […]