Take Me Home

baby on bar

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baby on bar cover.jpg

baby on bar

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PDF, 20 pages

Is there any more powerful poem than a stiff drink? Originally published as part of Ghost City Press’s Summer Series, this micro-chapbook collects new poems about life behind the bar in one place for the first time, with poems originally published in Drunk in a Midnight Choir & Vagabond City Lit.


“remember the fun we had when you poisoned me”

“everything to everyone”

“my first ex drinks out of a coconut on a sidewalk in Brooklyn”


“baby on bar”

“dear Anna”

“when the girl who’s a garbage fire asks when my baby’s due”

“Respect Neck”

“I can’t say if it is normal”


“& I thought bartending the night after the election was difficult”

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