Featured Poet: Travis Mossotti


William Carlos Williams famously wrote that, “…It is difficult/to get the news from poems/yet men die miserably every day/for lack/of what is found there.” I think of that when I read poems like those written by Travis Mossotti, which have been catching attention and raising eyebrows for years thanks to their blend of gritty lyricism and punchy, plainspoken social commentary. Mossotti was kind enough to share some poems, advice, and good news for anyone who likes to read stuff that rocks.



Leapfrog (a love poem)

POETRY Leapfrog (a love poem) Travis Mossotti


The Proposal

POETRY The Proposal Travis Mossotti


Sunny Side Cafe

POETRY Sunny Side Café Travis Mossotti



POETRY Big Travis Mossotti


Putting Money First

POETRY Putting Money First Travis Mossotti


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Atticus Review is a weekly online journal that publishes stories, poems, flash prose, creative nonfiction, mixed media, book reviews, and other genre-busting words of wisdom and interactive literary whimsy.

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