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Julia Schott

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I attended American University in Washington, D.C., until I didn't.

Daffodil Spikes and Tulip Skewers

We carefully handle our sub-zero Winter secrets. But like last year, they begin to dissipate from consciousness until, like barren tree limbs, we forget they ever...

Poems from “An American Score”

These poems speak in the manner of hard-boiled detective fiction, rich in the dictions found in Chester Himes, Raymond Chandler, Ross MacDonald and Dashiell...


We are stars trying to collide, objects caught in our orbits dashed to rocks in process mean nothing; we merge. Made massive, other light is bent in our direction so we...


acrylic/ 28×22 cm /on paper

Pantoum for Changsha

What began as a way to pass the time soon became the time I got lost inside the city’s blanket of haze. What was supposed to be...