Selections by Lee Rossi

Lee Rossi’s poems have appeared in Southern Poetry Review and North American Review. Now well into retirement in San Carlos, California, he continues to improve his homemaking skills, with a marked aptitude for preparing hot dogs and prewashed salads. He wonders if it’s too late to seek refuge in the priesthood.

by Lee Rossi, January 2015 (Issue 469)

by Lee Rossi, March 2014 (Issue 459)

Family Tree

by Lee Rossi, January 2013 (Issue 445)

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Lessons In Sushi

by Lee Rossi, August 2007 (Issue 380)

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by Lee Rossi, January 2006 (Issue 361)

Eclipse

by Lee Rossi, November 2004 (Issue 347)

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by Lee Rossi, July 2004 (Issue 343)

Sudden Harvest

by Lee Rossi, April 2004 (Issue 340)

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by Lee Rossi, May 2001 (Issue 305)

by Lee Rossi, April 2001 (Issue 304)

by Lee Rossi, May 1999 (Issue 281)

by Lee Rossi, November 1997 (Issue 263)

by Lee Rossi, August 1997 (Issue 260)