Forms of Erosion, #4 by Ori Fienberg




Forms of Erosion, #4, an erasure of Walt Whitman's On the Beach Alone At Night, is part of a series exploring features and species disappearing from our natural environments.



Ori Fienberg is a Jewish, XXY writer of poetry, essays, and short stories appearing and forthcoming in venues including the Cincinnati Review, Heavy Feather Review, Mid-American Review, Pank, and Rattle. His collection of prose poetry Old Habits, New Markets, was chosen as the winner of the Elsewhere 2020 Chapbook Contest. Ori develops resources to support academic integrity and teaches poetry writing for Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies. Read more at www.orifienberg.com and follow @ArtfulHerring for tweets on poetry and politics.


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