Articles by Logan Wall

Logan Wall

Logan Wall's poetry has recently appeared in First Things, America, Atlanta Review, Hollins Critic, and Vita Brevis Press and his essays and book reviews in Modern Age, University Bookman, Arc Digital, and Kenyon Review Online. He teaches at the University of Michigan.


Whole townships flooded as prodigal hosts survey ruined Decoration Day wreaths— and as I never could help but count the ghosts in TVA lakes, their basin museums reefed with antediluvian husks (a schoolhouse, tobacco hooks, two ox-tongues), strange priests wavering rusted fronds in the Cumberland, its sediments eddied with curls traced tight, so each morning…

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