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Red Tree Review Issue 3 is now online for readers to enjoy and filled with poems that promise to surprise, harrow, and awe. In “Oyster Thorn,” Sam Moe oscillates deftly between soft and hard, pushing the litany into the new with surprising twists and contrast. Red Tree Review is once again delights readers with a Carolyn Guinzio feature of three poems from a sequence that bend the conversational tone in careful pivots and interruption, returning again and again to place and landscape. Anna Laura Reeve asks readers to consider what lifts us and what burdens us in poems aimed with a sniper’s precision at the reader’s heart. Readers can find these and many more poems to enjoy and share with others. For writers, a reminder that Red Tree Review does not charge a submission fee, nor is there any cost to read issues online.

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New Lit on the Block :: Red Tree Review

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“Poems that surprise, harrow, and awe. Poems that understand a reader’s expectations and then challenge or subvert them somehow. Poems that need to exist, that matter, that show us something important at stake. Poems that wake us up, that leave us different people than we were before we encountered them. Not all of the poems do all of these things, but they will all do at least one of these things. Expect poetry that feels fresh and immediate, never predictable.” This is what Founder and Editor Robert Campbell says readers can find when they visit the newly launched Red Tree Review online poetry journal.

His own education and publishing resume established, and having served behind the scenes of other literary journals, Campbell says, “What matters more to me is

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