I Imagine My Grandfather Going Home by Weston Morrow
to Pembina, North Dakota
Weston Morrow is a poet and former print journalist. He serves as assistant poetry editor for Crab Creek Review and the intern for the Bagley Wright Lecture Series. His recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Sundog Lit, Western Humanities Review, Pacifica Literary Review, and Pidgeonholes. His reviews have appeared in Blackbird and Western Humanities Review. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow or at www.westonmorrow.com.
Sinejan Kılıç Buchina is a NY based artist and visual instructor. She is of Circassian-Abkhazian ancestry, born in Turkey. She received her B.F.A. in Art in Istanbul, and continued her education with programs in London and Berlin, and completed her MA in New York. Buchina has exhibited in galleries and institutions throughout New York, London and Istanbul, and is currently working on evolving projects in New York, Sukhum and Istanbul.