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December 8, 2016

After the Squall

Elise Paschen

About This Poem


"When I first drafted 'After the Squall,' I had, in the back of my mind, the myth of Pandora's jar, a container filled with bottled-up emotions. This modern-day Pandora, on a sultry summer night, unleashes the Furies by accident (or maybe not). Only after it was finished, did I realize that the poem is an ars poetica."
—Elise Paschen


Elise Paschen is the author of The Nightlife, forthcoming from Red Hen Press. She teaches in the MFA writing program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and lives in Chicago, Illinois.


Photo credit: Susan Aurinko 

Poetry by Paschen


The Nightlife

(Red Hen Press, 2017) 

"The Thousand Somethings of Someone" by Forrest Gander


"I am Like a Desert Owl, an Owl Among the Ruins" by Noelle Kocot


"Prologue of the Earthly Paradise" by William Morris




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After the Squall by Elise Paschen