Poetry – Issue 32Zeitgeist Rachel Richardson And then it wasn’t just plastic at Gore Point in the Antarctic (population: 0) but at thirty thousand feet above the Pyrenees (population: birds) and in the lungs of every living lunged creature. . . .Please log in or subscribe to continue reading. Explore Related Work: Poetry – Issue 32•Information Worker at the End of the World Stephanie Niu When the ship to Mars has already departed, / and my wealthiest friends have plots in New Zealand / for their children, or have no children, what box / do I put my treasure in? Poetry – Issue 31•“The Future Isn’t What It Once Was” Lisa Ampleman Even Neil Armstrong talked about / global warming, in a gala lecture, / his handwritten speech revisions / on display here, / Apollo anniversary exhibit. Poetry – Issue 31•After Reading about Decreasing Snowmelt in the Rocky Mountains Christopher Hewitt From the lecture hall projector beams / a phantom glacier, filling the screen with a map of Colorado. / The colorful shading illustrates the decline in annual / snowfall.