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Issue 1: Spring 2022

  1. Serena Solin
  2. Toby Altman  
  3. S. Brook Corfman
  4. Katana Smith
  5. Natalee Cruz
  6. Emma Wilson
  7. Ashley Colley
  8. Colin Criss 
  9. Jack Chelgren
  10. Stefania Gomez 

Issue 2: Summer 2022
  1. Matthew Klane
  2. Ryan Nhu
  3. TR Brady
  4. Alana Solin
  5. K. Iver
  6. Emily Barton Altman
  7. William Youngblood
  8. Alex Wells Shapiro  
  9. Sasha Wiseman
  10. Yunkyo Moon-Kim


Issue 3: Fall 2022
  1. Sun Yung Shin
  2. Rosie Stockton
  3. Adele Elise Williams & Henry Goldkamp
  4. Noa Micaela Fields
  5. Miriam Moore-Keish
  6. Fred Schmalz
  7. Katy Hargett-Hsu
  8. Alicia Mountain
  9. Austin Miles
  10. Carlota Gamboa

  Birthday Presents
       for William Blake

    Five Words for William Blake
        on His 265th Birthday
            (after Jack Spicer)
 


Issue 4: Winter 2023

  1. MICHAEL CHANG 
  2. Daniel Borzutzky
  3. Alicia Wright
  4. Asha Futterman
  5. Ellen Boyette
  6. S Cearley
  7. Sebastián Páramo
  8. Abbey Frederick
  9. Caylin Capra-Thomas
  10. maryhope|whitehead|lee & Ryan Greene


Issue 5: Spring 2023

  1. Jose-Luis Moctezuma 
  2. Peter Leight
  3. Rachel Galvin
  4. Sophia Terazawa
  5. Katherine Gibbel
  6. Lloyd Wallace
  7. Timothy Ashley Leo
  8. Jessica Laser
  9. Kira Tucker
  10. Michael Martin Shea


Issue 6: Summer 2023

An Introduction to Tyger Quarterly’s The Neo-Surrealist Interview Series

1. Mary Jo Bang 
2. Marty Cain 
3. Dorothy Chan 
4. Aditi Machado 
5. Alicia Mountain
6. Serena Solin
7. Marty Riker 
8. Francesca Kritikos
9. Luther Hughes
10. Toby Altman

Bonus: William Blake Tells All


Issue 7: Fall 2023 

1. Dennis James Sweeney 
2. M. Cynthia Cheung
3. Nathaniel Rosenthalis
4. Reuben Gelley Newman
5. James Kelly Quigley 
6. Christine Kwon
7. Maxwell Rabb
8. Maura Pellettieri 
9. Patty Nash 
10. Alyssa Moore



Email: tyger quarterly @ gmail dot com 



©2022 TQ



TR Brady







DEAD INVESTIGATION



In the video of my dream everyone must
always start again and lose a little progress
each time. Your sister had already gotten rid of your clothes
so there was nothing left for us to pack.
Each time I go to your house there are less
and less boxes and less and less to pack
until I can’t put together what it must have looked like.

The dead don’t pack their own clothes.
I store your baseball glove and baseball cards
out of view, unreachable.
The red key to my storage unit taunts
every other key on the ring.
My car is littered with grief.
I am guilty of so much.




SNOW DAY



my bad leg says bad weather everyday
last night I learned the snow
plough ploughs through the night
I startled in my sleep
every couple of hours
a discarded dream
I remember remembering
my dreams, but their plots
are lost.

the vacant apartment above
mine groans the heat on. sounds
like a chair, heavy with a body,
being pushed back from a desk.

I push back from my desk and catch
a glimpse of a faint snow drift. there
is no sound in it. something misplaced
in me stirs. I don’t mistake it for loss.
I don’t look for it.



Biographical Statement:


TR Brady is a poet and fiber artist. Their work has appeared in Poetry Daily, Denver Quarterly, Paperbag, Bennington Review, and Copper Nickel. TR holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop and is the co-founder/co-editor of Afternoon Visitor, a new journal of poetry and hybrid text.