To celebrate the release of Jericho Brown‘s new collection The Tradition (out now from Copper Canyon Press), we’re pleased to share “Entertainment Industry,” which will appear in our Spring 2019 issue. Enjoy! ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY Scared to see a movieAll the way through              I got to scream each scene              Duck and get down              Mass shooting blues […]

Two-Voiced Flute, a Poem by Uche Ogbuji

OPOSSUM contributor Uche Ogbuji was born in Calabar, Nigeria, lived in Egypt, England and elsewhere before settling near Boulder, Colorado. His poetry is published worldwide, and his chapbook, Ndewo, Colorado won Colorado Book and Westword awards. He is featured in the Best New African Poets 2015 anthology. Uche’s work roots in Igbo sensibility, but weaves […]