I’m watching out the window the cat stalk the robin pulling up worms don’t say a word so I must be complicit when you fire into the dark trees when you fire round after round into the dark trees without knowing who hides there until we stop.
Bruce Weigl's most recent poetry collection is On the Shores of Welcome Home which won the Isabella Gardner Award for Poetry and was published by BOA Editions, Ltd. in the fall of 2019.BOA also recently published Weigl’s innovative short prose book called Among Elms in Ambush.Previously he published The Abundance of Nothing (TriQuarterly Books), one of three finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in Poetry in 2013, a memoir – The Circle of Hanh (Grove Press, 2000) -- as well as more than twenty-five other works of poetry, essays, and translations from the Vietnamese and the Romanian.He lives in Oberlin, Ohio, and in Ha Noi Viet Nam.
Also by Bruce Weigl (see all)
- Nguyen Quang Thieu: Chapter 16 (from Slaughterhouse) - September 21, 2022
- Nguyen Quang Thieu: Chapter 15 (from Slaughterhouse) - September 21, 2022
- Nguyen Quang Thieu: Chapter 14 (from Slaughterhouse) - September 21, 2022