Contributors: Lola Haskins
Lola Haskins is the honorary chancellor of the Florida State Poets Association. Her latest effort is a plein air collection of poems about inland Florida called How Small, Confronting Morning. She has received numerous fellowships, the Iowa Poetry Prize, two Florida Book Awards, and the Emily Dickinson Award from the Poetry Society of America.
- 2017 Autumn - Glowworm’s Dinner
- 2016 Summer - A Short History of Iridescence
- 2004 Summer - Daddy, who is to say you have flown too far?
- 2003 Autumn - We May Be Remembered by What We Did When We Sat Down
- 2002 Summer - The .38
- 2001 Summer - Dearborn North Apartments; Dogwood, December
- 1995 Winter - On Passing Fifty
- 1992 Autumn - How I Learned; Keys