A Political and Literary Forum
The prose poems in Carlo Matos’s second collection engage questions about the nature of free will: How does one discern fate from one’s choices?
Kristina Marie Darling
American Fiction's Racial Landscape.
Kiese Laymon's Novel Explores the Messy Complexity of Race in America
The life of the black poet.
Settling the Cinematic Torture Debate
Alan A. Stone
Eileen Myles — Snowflake/different streets.
Few texts have worked as hard as Craig Dworkin’s to remind us that what we make of them depends on prior frames, on previous texts.
Adults Should Read Joan Aiken's Wolves.
Increasingly, the “true voice of feeling” is the one you discover with an inspired, if sometimes accidental click.
Poems that point outwards toward realities beyond the poem.
Heidi Lynn Staples
The first translation of poems by a female Iraqi poet to be published in the United States.
Reading the Illegible by Craig Dworkin.
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