ARROYO INK Poems by Logan Phillips

Illustrations by Logan Phillips & Adam Cooper-Terán

Chapbook containing 17 bilingual poems and 20 illustrations from Mexico, Arizona, Costa Rica, Vancouver and Nicaragua, written between 2007 and early 2009. 56 pages of quality printing by an independent, family-owned printshop in Flagstaff, Arizona. Each copy of the limited-edition book is hand numbered. Please see below for the contents and a peek between the book's covers.

Logan Phillips' verse is for people who like their poetry intimate, muscular, and multinational. It's for people who understand that two plus two doesn't always equal four. Most of all, it's for people who like their poetry in one peace.

––Tom Miller, author of Panama Hat Trail and Trading With the Enemy: A Yankee Travels Through Castro's Cuba

arroyo ink cover



The Possibility of This *
Día de Muertos, Morelos *
Shadow Behind the Wheel of Ruta Tres
Nicaragua Night Hotel
*Fireworks, Sky Punctuation


Vancouzy, High As Fuck
This Poem Writes the Ink,
Government Applause Ceremony
Music at Midnight, Metro Mexicano
Colibrí Chilango


The Boy's First Flight
I Live Alone!
One Night and Your Hair
So Many Women and Men, Then
Xalteva Sunshower
Jacaranda With No Permission in Spring
What Burns Above My House

* versiones en español e inglés

Illustration by Adam Cooper-Terán