New Mudlark: Kelly Fordon

New and On View: Mudlark Flash No. 96 (2015)
from The Witness
Poems by Kelly Fordon
“These poems were written in response to the 10,000 pages of testimony against the Catholic Church gathered by the Survivor’s Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), which I first read on the Center for Constitutional Rights website.”  KF
The Victim’s Testimony | The Witness #1
Confessional | The Witness #2 | Bump and Bite
Paperweight | Reckoning: St. Paul | Let’s Talk
The Witness #7 | From the Ancrene Wisse | Hush
Kelly Fordon is the author of two poetry chapbooks, On The Street Where We Live, which won the 2011 Standing Rock Chapbook Contest, and Tell Me When it Starts to Hurt, which was published by Kattywompus Press in May 2013. Her short story collection, Garden for the Blind, was published by Wayne State University Press in April 2015. Her website can be found at
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