Runaway Bus by Robert Okaji

Background photo: Vinie007/Wikimedia Commons, CC0. Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Background photo: Vinie007/Wikimedia Commons, CC0.
Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Robert Okaji lives in Texas with his wife, two dogs and some books. He has never been awarded a literary prize, but at age seven won a rolling trashcan cart which is still in use. He is the author of the chapbook If Your Matter Could Reform (Dink Press), a micro-chapbook, You Break What Falls (Origami Poems Project), and “The Circumference of Other,” a chapbook-length work appearing in Ides: A Collection of Poetry Chapbooks (Silver Birch Press). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Steel Toe Review, Hermeneutic Chaos, Otoliths, Panoply, Eclectica, Clade Song, High Window, Posit and elsewhere.

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