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Caitlin Upshall decided to be an author when she was nine years old. She has spent her grown-up years trying to make her 3rd grade-self proud. Her most recent work can be found in For Women Who Roar, The Tiny Journal, and Oyedrum. More publications can be found at:


Tequila Rhymes or How to Write a Poem

Issue No. 286 ~ March, 2021

The act of writing a spoken word poem is like reading a recipe for a cocktail. The first time you do it, you will follow the directions exactly. – When it calls for an engaging title, you will spend hours writing and erasing ideas. When …