Henry Sloss lives in Maryland and has poetry forthcoming in The Yale Review.
“On Vacation,” “Stonehenge Sandwich,” “Creazzo Alto,” and “Orvieto Classico”
Still dreaming up ways to safely enjoy this year’s summer vacation? “Safe” may be a relative term here—but if you’re feeling brave, you could take up skydiving, as Robert Zaretsky once did. “As I fell,” he wrote in our Summer 2011 issue, “I blurted out—like so many others have, I later learned—‘Mommy!’”