Sing Me a Lesser Wound by Junious Ward (Inch #42)


by Junious Ward

Inch #42, Spring 2020
20 pages, saddle-stapled
ISSN: 1932-6149

release date: June 2020

15 in stock (can be backordered)


At times rhapsodic, at times elegaic, Junious Ward’s Sing Me a Lesser Wound parses Southern masculinity and interrogates the concept of home as a place we have to leave—and sometimes spend the rest of our lives looking for.

Includes the poems “Like Prophets of Baal,” “I Know When K-Ci Sings Forever My Lady,” “The Field White for  Harvest but the Neighbors Saw Nothing,” “Heavy,” “Inheritance,” “Homecoming, Rich Square, NC,” “The Makers,” “Etymology of Boy,” “If Being a Man Allowed for Emotion,” “I Love the Hometown I Had to Leave,” and “Bonfire.”

Additional information

Weight .1 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 4.25 × .2 in


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