Adeline Carrie Koscher
Adeline Carrie Koscher crafts strange, little works of fiction and poetry as a conduit for wonder, solace, and vitality. When writing, she is the happiest person alive. Her poetry is suffused with that joy. She has been a featured poet on WCAI's Poetry Sunday. And in 2017 she was the regional winner of the Joe Gouveia Outermost Poetry Prize for her poem "Listening to Public Radio While Boiling Potatoes." Her writing can be found in Review Americana, The Lyon Review, Adana, Altered States, ninepatch, Zetetic, and Claudius Speaks. Her forthcoming chapbook of poetry, Liquid Song, published by Finishing Line Press, is anticipated in March 2020.
Articles by Adeline Carrie Koscher:
- Swimming in Moonlight, in ISSUE #12