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Cherry Tree


A National Literary Journal @ Washington College

Issue One

The stump is a platform of blond wood / in the gray winter… / It is a door into the underground of old summers.
- Donald Hall, “Stump”

The Stump
 is where our contributors stand to read their work aloud to the wide web-audience. Below are audio recordings of select contributors reading their poems, stories, essays, and literary shade from the pages of Cherry Tree.

  • Pamela Hart reads…

    Listen to the poem “Landay” read by the author herself.

     

  • Matthew Lippman reads…

    Listen to the poems “Rumination on Annoyance,” “Dunkin Donuts Parking Lot,” and “Far Off Land of Manhood” read by the author himself.

     

  • Laura Madeline Wiseman reads…

    Listen to the poems “The Bottleer’s Daughter,” “Note to Love,” and “Succumbing to Decoded Messages” read by the author herself.

  • Juliana Gray Reads…

    Listen to the poems “The Name of Action,” “This Vision,” and “I Take My Leave” read by the author herself.