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Jennifer ReeserArt Mortensen, former editor of PIVOT & currently of "Expansive Poetry Online," says "Sedna, Mistress of the Underworld," will appear in the May/June issue, Sun. or Mon. An Inuit legend I have put into poetic form. A poem of mine from the last issue, here
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Jennifer ReeserI am pleased to bring you poetry by India's Jewel of Bihar, Kalpna Singh-Chitnis, Nigerian poet, David Ishaya Osu, T.S. Eliot prize winner, William Baer, "Best American Poet" James Matthew Wilson, & others. Great thanks to Christopher DeGroot & Bob Calco.
Since 1916, when Mohawk men made their way to New York to work on the Hell Gate Bridge, ironworkers from Akwesasne and Kahnawake have been “walking iron” across the city.
Jennifer ReeserMy grandfather was one Native American who built the New York City skyscrapers -- a brave, fierce man. Moving, that paragraph about the Mohawks' return after the destruction of the World Trade Center. I may use, "There is pride in walking iron," in a poem.