Instructions for How to Walk Through Walls

Poems by Marco Maisto

Instructions for How to Walk Through Walls

Marco Maisto’s first book, Traces of a Fifth Column, won the Hilary Gravendyk National Prize and is forthcoming from Inlandia Books in early 2017. Marco studied at the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, and lives in NYC with the painter L. Margaret Galey. Some of his most recent poetry and visual narrative can be found in small po[r]tions, Drunken Boat, The Colorado Review, The Offing, TYPO, Spry, jubliat, RHINO, Tinderbox, Wyvern Lit, Pangyrus, and other journals.

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