Rose McLarney’s collections of poems are Forage, Its Day Being Gone, and The Always Broken Plates. She is coeditor of A Literary Field Guide to Southern Appalachia and Southern Humanities Review, and an associate professor at Auburn University.
Lay of the Land
The Poet and the Scientist
MY FATHER has collected the most substantial body of fish-based Index of Biotic Integrity data for a watershed of its size anywhere in the world. This is an accomplishment he can Continue reading
The dark didn’t scare her. It’s this way days have grown long, like distances between them of an evening. It used to be they gathered at the fire, had to draw Continue reading