Inside After

Poetry by Jeff Parent
third place winner of the 2017 Blodwyn Memorial Prize in poetry

“‘Inside After’ is a simple delight of a poem from start to finish. The down-to-earth, understated wit immediately draws the reader not just into the poem, but directly into the drawer, and you don’t ever really need to leave. You are invited into a surreal, intimate moment and you, the reader, become a part of this fantastic, wonderful thing.”

JEFF PARENT  is a stay-home dad, comic book enthusiast, and some kinda poet. His poem ‘Made By Robots’ was a finalist in The Fiddlehead’s 2016 Tell It Slant poetry contest and he was a two-time winner of the Bishop’s University Archdeacon F.G. Scott Prize for his poetry in 2013 and 2014. His work has also appeared in Lemonhound, Taproot, Beech Street Review, and Bad Nudes, amongst others. Jeff lives in Sherbrooke, Québec with his wife, their young son, and two freakin’ cats.