Larry Duncan
Larry Duncan currently lives in Long Beach, CA. Where he writes, drinks, and wakes up at an ungodly hour to go to work everyday. His poetry and fiction has appeared in various print and online publications, including the Mas Tequila Review, Emerge Literary Journal, Citizens for Decent Literature, the Muddy River Poetry Review, Mused, and the Fat City Review. Check out his website: larrydunc.wix.com.

Poetry on Cadence Collective: Hank Williams Drives His Truck into a Tree, Medea of Flies, A Brief History of Rats, Bone-Yard Romance, Note to My Younger Self on the Beauty of Birds, Condition,  Plaza de las Tres Culturas, Margarita Memory, Just Ask Daedalus, A Brief Conversation with Virginia, women in bars, Procne Unravels the Nightingale

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