Winter 2023 • Vol. XLV No. 1 PoetryFebruary 24, 2023 |

Helen of Troy Calls Her Sister

               cly, you remember when it was us and the boys                and mom and dad and we all drove up to                chincoteague for the summer and the car just —collapsed—                —just broke down, and dad took the hood up                and put his head in the engine and hollered                for mom to keep turning the key and the sky— —like fire—                —record heat, air-con kaput with the rest    &nbs

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Maria Zoccola is a queer Southern writer with deep roots in the Mississippi Delta. She has writing degrees from Emory University and Falmouth University. Her work has previously appeared or is forthcoming in Ploughshares, The Iowa Review, The Cincinnati Review, The Massachusetts Review, and elsewhere.

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