Noah Davis grew up in Tipton, Pennsylvania, and writes about the Allegheny Front. Davis’ manuscript Of This River was selected by George Ella Lyon for the 2019 Wheelbarrow Emerging Poet Book Prize from Michigan State University’s Center for Poetry. His poems and prose have appeared in The Sun, Best New Poets, Southern Humanities Review, Orion, North American Review, River Teeth, The Year’s Best Sports Writing, and Chautauqua among others. His poetry and prose have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and awarded a Katharine Bakeless Nason Fellowship at the Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference along with the 2018 Jean Ritchie Appalachian Literature Fellowship from Lincoln Memorial University. Davis earned an MFA at Indiana University.
Other Forms of Water
When I see a child sitting on a horse, I believe for a moment they are the same animal. Like owls sleeping in larch trees. Like geese resting between cattails. I Continue reading