A son, reckoning with his father's legacy, finds reconciliation hidden between the lines of a meticulous list of vehicles.
Roy Bentley is the author of Walking with Eve in the Loved City, chosen by Billy Collins as finalist for the Miller Williams poetry prize; Starlight Taxi, winner of the Blue Lynx Poetry Prize; The Trouble with a Short Horse in Montana, chosen by John Gallaher as winner of the White Pine Poetry Prize; as well as My Mother’s Red Ford: New & Selected Poems 1986 – 2020 published by Lost Horse Press. Poems have appeared in december, Crazyhorse, The Southern Review, Rattle, Shenandoah, New Ohio Review, and Prairie Schooner among others. His latest is Beautiful Plenty (Main Street Rag, 2021).
Aaron Bo Heimlich is an Illustrator and Cartoonist living in San Francisco, CA. He has been delighted by illustrating the imaginary and satirical from a young age, with his modern work remaining much the same. He hopes his preference for wry humor moves others to discuss and discern the meanings of his creations. He considers live conversation an aspect of his art; representative of folklore survived by oral exchange.
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