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I’ve been marinating lately in the thought that I could be rich as antithetical to
Crow flies across the sky as if it is addicted
to the grand gesture.
The crickets keep going
In a Landscape, John Gallaher’s fifth book, is his attempt to put
John Gallaher, Jeff Alessandrelli
Editors' Note: “Pinky’s Rule” has been adapted into a seven-minute animated drawing by
Photo: Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard University.
Once When Light Returned After a Blackout, I
Chloe Garcia Roberts
the first sense of a text is called the literal, and this is the sense that
nothing in the spring
two sedans • someone very happy
stopped behind someone very lost •
In the halter top, the cheer curls, repeating the word
for the warmth of the sun in winter
Kate Ward Sugar
Collage by Jhartho Kempink
When the 2011 film The Help came out, it was like a freedom, or
What good is it to erect
Editors' Note: Shuzo Takiguchi (1903–1979) was a major Japanese Surrealist poet, as well as
See the lands say this is where we could
have come from—the lines of indent
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