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October 23, 2017

After Hours

Howard Altmann

About This Poem


"I wrote this poem during a time when I understood that my uncle was dying, and whether that compressed the fractious into something whole, or solidified the fragility of things, it was breath to the word, hope in the foregone."
—Howard Altmann


Howard Altmann's most recent poetry collection is In This House (Turtle Point Press, 2010). He lives in New York City.

Poetry by Altmann


In This House

(Turtle Point Press, 2010)

"Loss" by H. D.


"The Sadness of Clothes" by Emily Fragos


"Elegy for my husband" by Toi Derricotte




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"After Hours" by Howard Altmann