Alfred A. Brissette
Alfred A. Brissette, Jr. writes: “Currently incarcerated, I started to write and draw as a way to escape the confines of my cell. Most of my poetry revolves around the things I miss most, Love, Family, Freedom, etc. I . . . have had several poems and drawings displayed at the Hera Art Gallery in Wakefield, Rhode Island, for a show called ‘Ekphrasis: Art = Poetry, Poetry = Art.” “The Song-Tooth” is Mr. Brissette’s first published poem.