Home is shaping up to be one heck of a journal! Although there was certainly a flood of poems submitted that were a bit predictable in their interpretation of home, we also received some exquisitely crafted poetry that explored what home is not, what home is, and everything that is ambiguous and thought provoking in between. I am so excited for you to read the poems that will grace the pages of borrowed solace issue 1.3: home. It’s truly going to be our best edition yet!
An Update on Home: Poetry
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Addey Vaters loves anything and everything related to cats and/or folk music, and is a proponent of the Oxford Comma. She resides in sunny, sometimes snowy, Colorado and her work has been published in riverrun, Sleet Magazine, Black Dog Review, and Vita Brevis, among others. Addey is the voice behind borrowed solace: the podcast and is always looking for contributors to be featured on the show. She admires jovial poetry that plays with language, even when the subject may be more somber. View all posts by Addey Vaters